Champagne Brut Reserve Bérèche et Fils Review And Tasting Notes
The Brut Reserve of Bérèche et Fils is the quintessence of Champagne: it comes from a triune blend of Pinot noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. The grapes come from the premier Cru of Ludes, from Ormes and Mareuil le Port; the interventions in the cellar are minimal.
In short, if you are looking for a wine that reflects this territory, you have found it. But you will also find a sidereal flavor and elegance to no end.
Everything is perfectly balanced, hard and soft parts, the depth of the yeasts is impressive; however, it leaves room for further evolution.
The flavor is juicy, rocky, but still in the making, and the freshness permeates every molecule of this wine, pushing it towards the summit of the mountains of Reims.
Is it the perfect Champagne?
No, the perfect wine does not exist, but apart from this, it is a Champagne that dares and exhibits all the rockiness to which the great wines of Champagne can aspire. Although the skillful touch of the winemaker, the long aging and fermentation of the base wine in wood, have modeled all this intensity.
But what would power without control be, as Confucius said?
Okay, we’ve said it all. In summary, try the Brut Reserve by Bérèche et Fils; it is an extraordinary Champagne.
Classic, with sweet notes of honey and dried fruits that alternate with pungent tones of berries, algae, pears, and then the yeasts arrive, splendid, superb, ripe, with an infinite breath.
The aromatic quality and the finesse of this bouquet are undeniable but also very clean and naturally poured out. It is not pyrotechnic, but what it has, it proudly shows.
Structured mouth, savory, very fresh, but balanced. Warm, round fruit, wrapped in a very fine perlage. The aging on the lees is almost crunchy, a tempting buttered crust of bread. Very long finish, iodized and full of flowers.
Price of the Brut Reserve from Bérèche et Fils