Brut Royal Champagne


France: Champagne

Offer Expired:May 18, 2014 at 11:59 pm
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Mission Briefing


Baron of Bubbles

What could make today’s outstanding Pommery Brut Royal Champagne any better? How about beautiful blue gift box and classic Champagne stopper?

Hailing from one of the top Champagne houses in Reims, France, today’s wine is what a great bottle of bubbles should taste like. Light and crisp, yet overflowing with notes of exotic fruit and flower petals, today’s wine is a true marvel. A well respected winemaker at our recent tasting panel couldn’t get enough of it, and kept remarking that each successive sip brought out even more expressive flavors.

We offer today’s wine with our boldest recommendation. Treat your Dad (or yourself!) and grab a bottle or two of today’s fantastic Champagne.

Tasting Profile


Pale straw yellow throughout the glass, with the tiniest of bubbles trailing along the edges.


Light and crisp on the nose, with Meyer lemon, wild strawberry, lime leaf, lemon peel, vanilla bean, warm baking spices, a hint of buttery brioche, subtle dried herbs, and white flower petal.


Expressive flavors that deepen and evolve the longer the wine is in the glass. A touch of exotic fruits, highlighted by guava, banana, and pineapple, leads the way on the palate. These are quickly trailed by hints of Granny Smith apple, subtle dried dark fruit, white tea, sweet vanilla, and the faintest kiss of clove.


Incredibly elegant and luxurious, with a very fine plume of mousse. The finish is lengthy, with a bright acidity and beautifully crisp mouthfeel.


A shrimp and sugar snap pea risotto, served with an almond-basil pesto.

What the Winery Says

90 Points - Wine Spectator
Champagne, France
Fruit Variety
Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, and Chardonnay

About the Winery

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