Champagne Gardet

Anniversary Cuvée : … One Cuvee, 12 Harvests, 120 Years of History...

15 September 1943 ... after a particularly mild year with no frost, the harvest begins in Champagne ...

This is also where the story of this cuvee composed of 12 vintages begins. The blend brings us then in

1947, an outstanding year during which diseases seem to have spared the Champagne vineyards. The

ten following years have been selected afterwards to magnify this assemblage of a rare finesse, looking

back over the most beautiful years of Champagne, up to the 2011 harvest. This exclusive blending,

along with Maison Gardet’s know-how, make it an original and exceptional cuvee. Thanks to different

vintages and a knowledge passed down from generation to generation, this unique wine is well rooted

in the past and really enigmatic.

The robe is pale yellow, revealing silvery sheen.

The nose is fresh and intense, with floral notes.

The palate is lively and releases the

characteristic freshness of this wine, giving way

to candied lime aromas.

Qualities and characteristics

Technical notes

Blending of 12 harvests: 1943, 1947, 1959, 1988, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2011,

15% of which are very old vintages.

The 120th Anniversary Cuvee is composed of Pinot Noir (70%) and Chardonnay (30%).

Dosage : Extra-Brut (2g/L)

Serving temperature: between 9 and 11°C.

Cellaring: 3 to 5 years, lying in a cool place, away

from light.

Fine cuisine pairings

To be enjoyed as an aperitif or with fine dishes:

Scallop carpaccio and truffles, seafood and

shellfish, small game recipes or a turbot Rossini

style with its foie gras sauce and truffle veal


Availability - Numbered bottles

12 000 bottles

1 200 magnums

120 jeroboams

12 methuselahs

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