Pierre Trichet Sparkling NV / 75cl Pierre Trichet - L’Héritage - Premier Cru - Blanc de Blancs

Pierre Trichet - L’Héritage - Premier Cru - Blanc de Blancs

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100% Chardonnay from a small independent champagne producer who focuses on Terroir-driven champagnes. This wine has lovely flavours of citrus, lemon, mint and fresh butter.
Country: France
Region: Champagne
Producer: Pierre Trichet
Style: Blanc de Blancs

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