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Champagne Boizel Brut Réserve NV

Champagne from France - Champagne
Boizel always make some of the most precise, elegant and expressive Champagnes Sarah Knowles MW, our buyer for the region, tries each year. The perfect celebration Champagne, Brut Réserve is generous and fruity, while maintaining an effortless lightness of touch. A pinot noir-dominant blend, it also has an irresistible touch of brioche on the palate, rounding out the flavour beautifully.
Price: £36.00 Bottle
Original price: £216.00 Sale price: £180.00 Case of 6
In Stock
Code: CH461

Wine characteristics

  • Champagne
  • Bone dry
  • Pinot Noir Meunier Chardonnay
  • 12% Alcohol
  • No oak influence
  • 75cl
  • Champagne cork

Champagne Boizel

Established in Epernay in 1834, the Champagne house of Boizel is run by Evelyne Boizel, who represents the fifth generation. Perhaps better known as a Champagne brand in France, the non-vintage cuvée is a hidden gem on The Society’s List. Delicate, light and balanced is the way we often describe the house style. The full and fruity rosé is also worth looking out for, the secret being the addition of red wine from very ripe pinot noir to the final blend.

JancisRobinson.com

Lovely ripe apple andtoast aromas with good concentration and mouth-filling texture. Fine tuned,classic, very satisfying - Good value.

16/20 Richard Hemming

Decanter

A lighter style, withan attractive mousse; nicely evened with crisp acidity, although the finish isa little sour.

- Panel tasting

Decanter

Fruit-forward, withnotes of apple, pear and kiwi. Creamy mousse, round acidity and floral hints onthe finish.

- Panel tasting

Yorkshire Post

From a small,traditional House located on the famous Avenue de Champagne in Epernay this isa stylish, elegant, light-textured champagne.

- Christine Austin

champagneguru.co.uk

Best value wines forChristmas and the New Year: I’ve been impressed recently by a rise in qualityin the Boizel champagnes, where considerable investment over the past few yearshas perked up the...
Best value wines forChristmas and the New Year: I’ve been impressed recently by a rise in qualityin the Boizel champagnes, where considerable investment over the past few yearshas perked up the Boizel Brut NV to make it very decent drinking. 
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- Giles Fallowfield

Decanter

Platinum medal at theDecanter World Wine Awards 97/100: Liquorice aromatic notes with resonant plumand red apple. Deep, exuberant, mouth-filling, vigorous and long, this is anexuberant, vinous Champagne...
Platinum medal at theDecanter World Wine Awards 97/100: Liquorice aromatic notes with resonant plumand red apple. Deep, exuberant, mouth-filling, vigorous and long, this is anexuberant, vinous Champagne with plenty of richly-textured aromatic lift. Crowd-pleasingbut connoisseur-pleasing too.
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The Daily Telegraph

The best Champagnes: A very beautifully balanced champagne that majors on the pinots (it’s 55% pinot noir and 15% pinot meunier) but with a good dollop of chardonnay too. The grapes come from ...
The best Champagnes: A very beautifully balanced champagne that majors on the pinots (it’s 55% pinot noir and 15% pinot meunier) but with a good dollop of chardonnay too. The grapes come from 50 different crus and the result is a very elegant and lovely wine indeed.
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- Victoria Moore

Decanter

Platinum medal,Decanter World Wine Awards: Liquorice aromas with resonant plum and red apple.Deep, exuberant, mouthfilling, vigorous and long, this is an exuberant, vinousChampagne with plenty of richly...
Platinum medal,Decanter World Wine Awards: Liquorice aromas with resonant plum and red apple.Deep, exuberant, mouthfilling, vigorous and long, this is an exuberant, vinousChampagne with plenty of richly textured aromatic lift. Crowd-pleasing butconnoisseur-pleasing too.
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- Decanter World Wine Awards

The Sunday Times

The Boizel house is worth seeking out, with a rich and generous style of champagne. This smooth pinot noir-dominant example has a refined creamy taste and a touch of brioche.

- Will Lyons

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