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Brut Reserve NV

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The Duval-Leroy House revels in the art of blending Pinots and Chardonnays from more than a dozen crus and a generous quantity of reserve wines. Duval-Leroy Brut confirms its complexity and is recognized for its consistency. This is the only Duval-Leroy that is primarily Pinot Noir.

Grape Varieties Used:
60% Pinot Noir
30% Pinot Meunier
10% Chardonnay
Appellation: Champagne
Alcohol: 12.00%
Sugar Level: 8.00 g/l

Length/Type of Fermentation: Alcoholic fermentation is conducted at low, stable temperatures in single vineyard batches in order to optimize the aromatic complexity inherent to each terroir. All cuvées undergo malolactic fermentation, developing a characteristic smoothness and the first inklings of those brioche-like aromas.

Length/Type of Aging: The wines are bottled for a second fermentation called “prise de mousse” (capturing the sparkle) then stored at 53 degrees in chalk cellars where they age for a minimum of 36 months before disgorgement.
Bottled: April 2012
Released: April 2015
Cases Produced: 40,000

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