Pol Roger Brut
Pol Roger Brut on the nose, white flowers, green apple, brioche and a trace of minerality dominate the champagne.
Pol Roger Brut on the palate there are notes of stone fruits, certain nuttiness and a hint of honey supporting the freshness of the acidity.
The small, classic bubbles, perfumed spice, vanilla and coffee leading to a fruit filled bundle of vibrant tastes finishing with elegant spices and a hint of butter.Pol Roger Brut Reserve is synonymous with classic, brilliant Champagne.
The Champagne has its devout disciples within the trade – almost a trade secret! When you get to taste it you will understand why the trade want to keep it for themselves.
Perhaps best known as Winston Churchill’s favourite Champagne. The house remains family-owned and has a reputation for producing champagnes of finesse and elegance with an extremely fine mousse which age very well.
UK stock receives an additional 6 months post-disgorgement ageing so it is ready to drink upon release but cellaring for a few years will reveal greater depths.
The aperitif champagne par excellence but one, which has sufficient backbone to be drunk with a variety of foods. http://www.polroger.co.uk/history-of-pol-roger/
The definitive house-style, composed from 30 still base wines drawn from at least two vintages, and the three varieties of Champagne, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier blended in equal portions.
The Pinot Noir comes from the villages of the Montagne de Reims and contributes body and character; the Chardonnay comes from Epernay itself and the Cote des Blancs and provides lightness and elegance; the Pinot Meunier comes from the Vallée de la Marne and provides youthfulness and vigour.
The perfect apéritif champagne which we never release until it is at least three years old.
The emblematic figure of Winston Churchill left his mark on the post-war period.
This British statesman was an unwavering client of the Maison Pol Roger: “The most delightful address in the world”, he declared.
It was in 1955 that a general improvement in sales could be felt. The range of wines was enlarged, and this gave an additional impetus to the development of Pol Roger’s fame. In 1961, a vintage rosé was launched.
A few years later, a special vintage was born, the Cuvée Winston Churchill was born in 1975. At the same time, the firm developed and reached 201 acres in 1999. The previous year, the United States had become the biggest export market.
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