Champagne Armand de Brignac Brut Gold Jeroboam 3l
Brand: Armand de Brignac
Simply elected best champagne in the world!
Opinion of the guides
88/100 Wine Spectator
Comes with beautiful wooden box
The best champagne in the world ! That was the opinion of the renowned ‘Fine Champagne’ magazine and its jury of sommeliers and international experts who gave this champagne the exceptional score of 96/100. They placed it ahead of other prestige cuvees such as the Dom Pérignon Vintage 2002, the Roederer Cristal 2002 or the Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill 1998 from Pol Roger. The jury particularly appreciated its finesse, its smoothness, its power and its minerality.
This exceptional cuvee was born in 2006, or rather we should say it was resurrected, for Armand de Brignac was originally created in the 1950s by Madame Nelly Cattier. Champagnes Cattier decided to relaunch the label in a specially designed prestige bottle.
Created from one third Chardonnay, one third Pinot Meunier and one third Pinot Noir, this unique champagne is marvelously complex, expressing the personality of each of these three grape varieties.
The cuvee Brut Gold Armand de Brignac appears in a presentation worthy of its excellence, a gold plated bottle designed by André Courrèges, decorated with an Ace of Spades and protected by a black lacquered presentation case, also adorned with this famous symbol.
It is a champagne with a complex, richly floral nose drawing the best from all three grape varieties.
The palate is expressively fruity intermingled with notes of brioche, with a deliciously creamy texture and an extraordinarily long finish.