Taittinger Brut Reserve
During World War I, cavalry officer Pierre Taittinger spent time near Epernay. He subsequently returned to the region in 1932 to buy the Fourneaux holdings and founded the House of Taittinger, in the process buying up large swathes of valuable vineyard at a time when Depression-ravaged land prices were at rock-bottom.
Relinquishing control to international corporate interests in the mid-2000s, the family have subsequently managed to claw their way back into contention. Today, once again in French hands and headed up by Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, the business is quartered in Reims, where they reside above their labyrinthine 4th-Century Roman cellars and remain one of the largest vineyard owners in the region.
A high proportion of Chardonnay in the blend lends this a finesse and elegance that balances its understated power. Aromatically expressive, with white flowers, stonefruit and biscuity notes enticingly interwoven, the crisp palate cascades with richness, perfect poise and a hint of honey. Everything a champagne should be."
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