Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Reserve Exclusive
Champagne Blend /12.5% ABV / Champagne, France
Shellfish, Dessert - Fruit
91 points, Wine Spectator Pale straw-gold in color. Brilliant and crystal clear, revealing a persistent ribbon of delicate bubbles. Fresh white fruit with aromas of juicy pear, apricot and tumeric spices. On the palate, clean, elegant and complex, with delicate bubbles imparting freshness on the finish. An ideal partner to a variety of cuisines. FOOD PAIRING: STARTERS: Smoked salmon toasts; ripe 18-month Beaufort cheese. CASUAL FARE: Marinated chicken and spring vegetable wrap. FINE DINING: Sautéed prawns with cilantro; Sea bass sashimi.View all products by Nicolas FeuillatteCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
EduardoVerified BuyerJan 1 2022Verified Buyer ShayDec 23 2021
Didn’t expect a huge apple flavor but it’s def sweeter than other bruts I’ve had
Sally C.Verified BuyerDec 22 2021Verified Buyer
Haven't had it yet
Corina R.Verified BuyerDec 21 2021Verified Buyer
Good, but a little sweet for a brut.
Agna O.Verified BuyerAug 17 2021Verified Buyer
This is an excellent champagne at a price that makes it reasonable for more than special occasions.
LisaVerified BuyerAug 7 2021Verified Buyer
Awesome bubbles better than Moët or Vevee
CatherineVerified BuyerMay 4 2021Verified Buyer
I love bubbly and was excited to see this one on sale. Had it for our anniversary dinner - caviar and sushi. Paired okay but not as crisp/ light as I had hoped.
DeeVerified BuyerMar 19 2021Verified Buyer
This is one of my favorites but VERY hand to find in local stores. Crisp, fruity, nicely balance. I can't afford VC or Moet every week, but non-vintage champers like this from less well known French houses can still be had for a reasonable price. Alain Vincey Brut is another yummy one.
DelinahVerified BuyerMar 18 2021Verified Buyer
The champagne was crisp but quite dry. I recall nope, very light milk, of apples and a little bit of slate.
PatrickVerified BuyerJan 23 2021Verified Buyer
Wonderful French champagne! Delightful overtones of fruit that made think think of honey crisp apples. This French label is a mirror to the more expensive brands in the $55+ range. Those in the know are aware that the excess champagne made by this French co-op is sold to some of the more expensive French labels (wink wink).