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Taittinger Nocturne City Lights Edition NV Champagne 75cl
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Taittinger Nocturne City Lights Edition Champagne 75cl is a sec Champagne made to be drunk late into the evening.
A pale yellow colour with shimmering highlights. The bubbles form a delicate necklace of fine mousse. The nose is subtle and fresh, suggestive of the delightful aromas of white blossom and ripe fruit, with overtones of yellow peaches and dried apricots.
The first impression on the palate is soft and mellow and remains very fresh. It is dominated by flavours reminiscent of raisins and fruit in syrup.
The aftertaste is long and soft with a subtle sweetness. All in all it is rounded, rich and well balanced.
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Alcohol Volume- 12 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- Champagne - SecCountry Of Origin- France
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