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Champagne Veuve Doussot Grande Cuvée Brut NV Wine - Last Bottle

Champagne Veuve Doussot Grande Cuvée Brut NV

Our Best-Value Grower Champs!



Flavor Profile: Baked apples, white peaches, puff pastry, almond, beeswax, cherries and crisp plums
Time on Lees: 24 months
Dosage: 8 g/L
Score: 90

Why We Love It...

Grower Champagne in the under $35 category is what makes our flutes sparkle– but at over 50% off, we’re pouring doubles and doing cartwheels! This rich, lusty bottle has one of the most tremendous values we see today– and it’s truly swoon-worthy. Those who got a hold of this last time already know…load up on this over-delivering Champs before it’s gone!

The Joly family has been growing vines in Champagne’s Côte-des-Bar region for over a century. The vineyard and cellars of Champagne Veuve Doussot are set in the charming village of Noé-les-Mallets, an area closer to Chablis than the center of Champagne, with a warmer microclimate ideal for pinot noir. Because of the proximity to Chablis, you’ll find nuances of the quintessentially chalky Kimmeridgian soil, interspersed with red clay and limestone. For Champagne, this translates to bright and crunchy red fruit characteristics and the indelible mineral quality that this ancient seafloor is uniquely famous for.

Veuve Doussot just recently eclipsed 50 years as Grower Producers. You can double that number (and then some) for how long the family has been growing grapes in the region, so it’s no exaggeration to say that they’ve seen a thing or two. Now with third-generation winemaker Stephane Joly in command, their portfolio includes 10 different Champagne cuvées, a few still wines, and even a Ratafia (an aperitif made from distilled Champagne grapes).

This cuvée is primarily composed of pinot noir, blended with 20% chardonnay, and aged in the classical Champagne tradition, on the lees in bottles for a minimum of 24 months. The dosage level here is designated as Brut – giving a richness and texture that intensifies the bright fruit flavors and toasty brioche notes. Baked apples, red cherries, white peaches, fresh-out-of-the-oven puff pastry, roasted almond toffee and hazelnuts, crisp pear, a bit of violet and peonies from the pinot noir, tons of beeswax, and a fine freshness to support the bold and rich style. It’s delicious. It’s sexy. At our marvelous price – You might just forget about that “other” Veuve! 


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Technical Details

Country: France
Region: Champagne
Appellation: Champagne
Varietal: Champagne Blends
Winemaker: Stephane Joly
Alcohol: 12.5%
Pair it with: Chicken Katsu Sando

About the Producer

Since 1820, Ameztoi has been the most respected producer in the region of Getariako Txakolina. They produce both traditional wines in large barrels and they were the inventor of rosé txakolina and one of the first to do méthode traditionnelle sparkling wines in the region. They own 20 hectares of vineyards planted high on the seaside cliffs of the village of Getaria. Ignacio Ameztoi is fifth generation and has played an important role in the development and innovation in Getariako Txakolina over the last 10 years.

Champagne Veuve Doussot Grande Cuvée Brut NV




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