In a world with a plethora of choices, Armand de Brignac stands out among the crowd as a truly unique champagne. This shining example of taste and quality sets itself apart from its bubbling competition with its stunning looks, showcased in their signature opaque metallic bottles, and a commitment to serving up only the best in flavor. Their Blanc de Blancs is the queen of the club—dressed to impress and 100% Chardonnay. Not to mention, this extraordinary Chardonnay is made from grapes that come straight from the Côte de Blancs.
Blanc de Blancs has a high acidity and plenty of depth. On the nose, Blanc de Blancs resembles buttered pastries with notes of pears, hazelnuts, and gingerbread. The taste is refreshing, with hints of guava and peach, followed by warm cinnamon and smooth vanilla. Mixed with a trio of vintages from 2009, 2010, and 2012, pair this Chardonnay with almost any type of fish or a light cheese platter. Perhaps most notably, the Blanc de Blancs is both enjoyable now and can be stored for more than 20 years to develop even deeper toasted honey flavors. Think about that: fresh until the year 2036, talk about timeless! However, you will be hard pressed to keep this on the shelf for that long. This is a can’t miss, elegant champagne just begging for you to host a dinner party. Make sure the attire is formal and guests come dressed in their best, Blanc de Blancs sure will be.