0.375l | €85,07 / l
Immediately ready for shipment. Delivery time 2-3 working days
Country of origin: France
Region of origin: Champagne
Grape variety: Blend of 60% Pinot Noir, 25% Chardonnay, 15% Pinot Meunier
Alcohol content: 12% vol.
Allergen Advice: Contains sulphites
Pol Roger Brut Réserve is a sparkling wine made by the renowned champagne house Pol Roger in Epernay, France. The wine is part of the winery's Réserve line and is one of the winery's best-selling and best-known champagnes.
The Brut Réserve is made from a blend of grape varieties, mainly Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. It goes through a long yeast storage and has an alcohol content of 12% vol.
The champagne has a golden color, a fine perlage and an elegant aroma of fruits such as citrus, apples and peaches, as well as floral and toasty notes. The taste is balanced, fresh and elegant with a pleasant acidity and a fine perlage.
Pol Roger Brut Réserve is excellent as an aperitif and as an accompaniment to light appetizers and fish dishes. It is a champagne known for its classic and elegant style and appreciated for its excellent quality and consistency.
Pol Roger is a renowned champagne house founded in 1849 by Pol Roger in Epernay, France. It is known for its high quality sparkling wines made from the best grape varieties of the Champagne region.
The winery has a long history and tradition in champagne production and since its inception has focused on producing premium sparkling wines. The wines of the winery are characterized by their elegance, delicacy and sophistication and have a large circle of followers.
Pol Roger has several vineyards in the best locations in the Champagne region, such as the Côte des Blancs, and only uses the best grapes for his wines. It attaches great importance to quality and sustainability and works closely with wine growers to produce the best possible grapes.
The winery also has extensive cellar technology and relies on modern technology and traditional methods to maximize the quality of the wines. Pol Roger wines are represented in many countries and enjoy a high level of recognition in the wine world.