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Taittinger Vintage Magnum 150cl
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Grape Varieties: 50% Pinot Noir, 50% Chardonnay
Tasting Note: On the nose yeasty bread aromas combine with an abundance of ripe fruits. The palate is full of lemon and mandarin hints with a this freshness that continues throughout to the finish, lingering long with complex flavours.
Taittinger is one of the few family-owned independent Champagne houses in Reims, situated above magnificent 4th Century Roman cellars and run by Claude Taittinger ? Pierre?s son. The flagship wines of the house are the Comtes de Champagne (100% Chardonnay) and Comtes de Champagne Rose (100% Pinot Noir) are frequently used at French State dinners.
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Alcohol Volume- 11 %Bottle Size- 150 cl
Type- Champagne - BrutCountry Of Origin- France
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