The De Venoge Brut Cordon Bleu is characterized by a diverse, balanced assembly:
• 45 % Pinot Black,
• 30 % Chardonnay,
• 25 % Pinot Meunier.
The Cordon Bleu de Venoge has its origins in the year 1578. King Henry III of France created the Order of the Holy Spirit, and The Cordon Bleu was a badge of this symbolic event. Since the eigh18th Century, this mark of excellence has been associated with the exceptional dinners of the Court and its associated great families.
1851 was to mark the year that the very first Cordon Bleu label De Venoge would make its first appearance. Slowly but surely, the wine grew in prestige, until eventually garnering such acclaim that is was universally recognised as the backbone behind the De Venoge Champagne House. In the present day, the enigmatic symbol of the House can be found on four traditional wines: Demi-sec, Blanc de Blancs, Brut Vintage and Brut.
In appearance, the Brut Cordon Bleu is dazzling and alive with sparkle. Made up entirely of wines from a single vintage – the first juice to arrive from the press – it is a fine champagne with aromas of flowers and a palate which is fresh but not aggressive, balanced and light.
- Champagne Growers or Houses
- Champagne Houses
- Gift Sets
- Bottle 75 Cl
- Menu with wine pairings
- Brut (less than 12 g/l)
- Cardboard case
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