NV Champagne de Venoge Cordon Bleu Brut

NV Champagne de Venoge Cordon Bleu Brut

Sarah Linhart

"Biscuity, leesy, caramel notes, nicely balanced by ripe fruits and a touch of honey character. Rich without being cloying."

Sarah Linhart

Felix Gentle

"Honey, nutty, brioche. This is excellent for the price - lovely citrus complexity on the palate with a clean, chalky finish."

Felix Gentle

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Sarah Linhart

"Biscuity, leesy, caramel notes, nicely balanced by ripe fruits and a touch of honey character. Rich without being cloying."

Sarah Linhart

Felix Gentle

"Honey, nutty, brioche. This is excellent for the price - lovely citrus complexity on the palate with a clean, chalky finish."

Felix Gentle

21% off RRP
$55.99 per bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $14.00 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

The house style from Champagne de Venoge, this is a lively, fresh and elegant Champagne made with at least 50 % of Pinot Noir grapes coming from more than 20 different sites.

Expert Reviews

wine 91 points - Wine Advocate

Tech stuff

12.0
Champagne
NV
Cork
Cellar to 2022
750ml

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Biscuity, leesy aromas with nutty tones and a hint of caramel. The palate is riper and quite full-bodied with some honeyed notes, but balanced beautifully by citrus acidity, leading to a clean chalky finish.

How was it made?

Utilising 20% reserve wines, this is a blend of 50% Pinot Noir, 25% Pinot Meunier and 25% Chardonnay. Aged for 3 years on lees and bottled with a dosage of 7.8g/L. 

Who made it?

In 1825 Henri-Marc de Venoge left his native Switzerland to settle in the Champagne region and founded "de Venoge & Cie" with his son Joseph in 1837. In 1838 Henri-Marc creates the first illustrated label in the Champagne history. Father and son continue to build the reputation over the next three decades until in 1866 Gaëtan de Venoge, son of Joseph, succeeds his father. He develops the sales abroad, especially in the USA, culminating in Champagne de Venoge is awarded the Grand Prize of Excellence at the Universal Exhibition of Philadelphia in 1876. Today, de Venogue Champagnes are distributed around the world in more than 40 countries, only through selective distribution : wineshops, hotels and fine restaurants and their current Cellar Master continues the long tradition of maintaining the highest quality standards during all the process : best crus, low dosage, only 1st press of grapes only and long aging period.

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