We love new champagne products, so are delighted to tell you about the latest offering from Joseph Desruets Champagne – La Bacchus.
This Cuvée is being produced in a strictly limited and numbered run of only 3,120 bottles. Produced from wine aged four years and made up of 70 per cent Pinot Noir, 20 per cent Chardonnay and 10 per cent Pinot Meunier, La Bacchus harps back to the champagne traditions of old with its authentic wax seal. Atop of this are the initials of the champagne house, and the bottle comes presented in a simple black and gold presentation box. It’s a dry brut champagne with 6 gr sugar per Liter.
About Joseph Desurets Champagne:
Founded in 1898, the Champagne House of Joseph Desruets passionately cultivates 3 hectares of vineyard divided over the hillsides of Hautvillers, and produces Champagne according to the rules of local tradition.
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