Pol Roger Brut Réserve Nabuchodonosor (15000mL) NV

Pol Roger Brut Réserve Nabuchodonosor  (15000mL)

¥280,000

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It is said that the reputation of a champagne house is determined by its non-vintage champagne.

The blending of the “Brut Reserve” is a very orgulous and complicated operation that traditionally only the Pol Roger family and the cellar master are involved in.

The palate is a balance of intensity and finesse and this versatile champagne can be enjoyed not only as an aperitif, but also as a perfect accompaniment to meals.

About this Wine


Country France
Region Champagne
Appellation Champagne
Winery Pol Roger
Vintage NV
Color Sparkling
Varietal(s) Pinot Noir 33%, Chardonnay 33%, Pinot Meunier 33%
Closure Natural Cork
Volume 15000ml
Bottle Size 15000
Case Size 1
Alcohol 12.5%
Product Code 44008BX
Inventory Sold Out

Owning & Enjoying


Pairing

This versatile champagne can be enjoyed not only as an aperitif, but also as a perfect accompaniment to meals.

Cellaring

Pale yellow in color with exquisite, rich bubbles. The nose shows pear, mango, honeysuckle and jasmine blossoms. The aromas of brioche and vanilla also appear with time. After a simple yet dynamic attack, it has a beautiful harmony with a pleasant freshness showing flavors of quince jelly, apricot jam, game and acacia honey. Lasting and pleasant finish with nuances of orange peel, mandarin and spices such as cardamom and aniseed.

Production


Winery


Winery Description

Pol Roger is a family-owned champagne house established in 1849 with philosophy of "Distinction & Elegance" and "Refinement & Pleasure". 

This refinement reflects a whole lifestyle. It is also a source of infinite pleasure. Pol Roger Champagne has a soul, created by the union of a family's spirit and the character of a vineyard.

The winery and the cellars are located on the celebrated and noble Avenue de Champagne in Epernay, in the very place where the heart of Champagne beats. The purity and nobility of Pol Roger Champagne is also the fruit of the know-how, passed down from generation to generation. From the harvest in the region's best vineyards, to the painstaking work in the cellar, each gesture has its importance.

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