From their inception in 1837, De Venoge have gone on to greater and greater things. But as much as technology progresses, the house are careful to never forget their traditions. And for this reason, their Extra Brut – for one – is preserved in the same cellars where history has always been made. This allows for a more complex taste and for flavours to evolve with dream-like quality.
Now selling the 1983 vintage as the Cuvee 20 ans, this fruits and outstandingly well-balanced champagne is fresh and full of streams of fine bubbles.
On top of all this, the Extra Brut has no added sugar. But this is a great thing, as it allows for all the subtlety and complexity of this cherished blend to blossom wonderfully.
Produced in quantities of 2000 bottles at a time, the Cuvée 20 ans will arrive at your door in a beautiful wooden case.