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Huré Frères Invitation

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$94.95

This cuvee is upfront, juicy, vibrant and fresh. Being mostly meunier there's red apple, red fruits like raspberry with toast and aromatic spice notes that weave into the mouth-filling texture.

Regular price $91.95
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- Pinot Meunier + Noir dominant, so fun, fresh and fruit driven.

- Made by two very talented brothers who are madly passionate about what they do

- Pair Pinot dominant champagnes work well with Patê and Terrine especially Pork and Pistachio or Chicken liver Patê.

If you are into pinot dominant champagnes such as Veuve Clicquot, Bollinger and Gosset, you will like what you read next.

This cuvee is upfront, juicy, vibrant and fresh. Being mostly meunier there's red apple, red fruits like raspberry with toast and aromatic spice notes that weave into the mouth-filling texture.

There is a good balance between the acidity, energetic fruit and alluring minerality. This is a well crafted champagne that provides exceptional value at this price point.

On the northern of the Montagne de Reims in Ludes, Francois Huré and his brother, Pierre, run their family estate of Huré Frères, cultivating about 26 acres (10 hectares) of vines. Most of the vineyard work is organic and parcels are vinified separately to preserve their characters. Huré's champagnes combine rich texture with racy acidity, as demonstrated by the non vintage Invitation, made mostly of pinot noir and meunier.

Peter Liem - Champagne

50% meunier 35% pinot noir with 15% chardonnay. Reserve wines are at around 35% with an average of 3 years on lees and a judicious use of 8 g/l dosage (addition of sugar).

Pair Pinot dominant champagnes work well with Patê and Terrine especially Pork and Pistachio or Chicken liver Patê.