A nose of fresh baked bread and sliced apple. A note of grapefruit lingers for an eternity. On the palate, a bright wave of citrus and a seaside freshness dominate at first. Bubbles are tight and plentiful. A layer of Italian nougat is followed by fresh flowers and wild strawberries. The fresh acidity follows into a chalky brilliant finish with notes of biscuit.
Champagne Pierre Legras Blanc de Blanc Grand Cru Special Cuvee
One of the great developments in sparkling wines in the last few years has been the emergence of small grower-producer Champagne houses. They offer a level of quality and individuality that cannot be rivalled by the famous Champagne producers.. and at a lower price point. Pierre Legras is a small family-run Champagne house that rarely shows up in the United States. The Legras Family is also one of the oldest Champagne families, with a history of winemaking that dates back 10 generations.