After drinking or shopping for champagne and bubbly or even sparkling wine for a while, you will notice a very common word – brut. This is not the name of a brand or company. In fact, brut is the French word “dry”. Brut indicates the level of sweetness in sparkling
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“A Family. A House. A Tradition” The Boizel Family has been producing champagne since 1834 and is now in its 5th generation. The house has survived two World Wars, Phylloxera, a global pandemic (Spanish flu) and a global market crash. History of grape growing and wine production dates back to
We love bringing in different styles and types of champagne from small producers that you’ve never heard of. You CANNOT get any more quality for value than this incredible champagne from Tribaut-Schloesser. The Tribaut style is ripe and juicy. This sunny vintage champagne was all aged in large oak casks