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2015 Remy Massin & Fils Pinot Noir Champagne "Special Club" Extra Brut

$59.99
2015 Remy Massin & Fils Pinot Noir Champagne "Special Club" Extra Brut
Remy Massin is the most southern-located Special Club producer in Champagne. They are sustainably working 22 hectares based out of the village Ville sur Arce in the Cote des Bar in the Aube. The Massin family grew grapes for five generations and became a House in 1974. Remy Massin specializes in Pinot Noir dominant Champagnes, which account for 75% of their vineyards (20% Chardonnay, 5% Pinot Blanc). Few Remy Massin wines are exported to the US, making this a rare find. The 2015 special club is the current club released by Remy Massin and is 100% Pinot Noir. This is a step in a different direction for Massin, where earlier Special Club disgorgements were blends. These wines tend to be very expressive of terroir minerality with subtle hints of wildflowers and herbs and the surprise of red fruits courtesy of Pinot Noir. This is a fantastic and rare Special Club from an under-the-radar producer from the Aube, sure to entice the most experienced of small-house Champagne lovers. Some nice press on past vintages as well from John Gilman.

2015 Remy Massin & Fils Pinot Noir Champagne "Special Club" Extra Brut

2015 Remy Massin & Fils Pinot Noir Champagne "Special Club" Extra Brut

$89.99 -33%
$59.99
$89.99 -33%
$59.99

Remy Massin is the most southern-located Special Club producer in Champagne. They are sustainably working 22 hectares based out of the village Ville sur Arce in the Cote des Bar in the Aube. The Massin family grew grapes for five generations and became a House in 1974. Remy Massin specializes in Pinot Noir dominant Champagnes, which account for 75% of their vineyards (20% Chardonnay, 5% Pinot Blanc). Few Remy Massin wines are exported to the US, making this a rare find. The 2015 special club is the current club released by Remy Massin and is 100% Pinot Noir. This is a step in a different direction for Massin, where earlier Special Club disgorgements were blends. These wines tend to be very expressive of terroir minerality with subtle hints of wildflowers and herbs and the surprise of red fruits courtesy of Pinot Noir. This is a fantastic and rare Special Club from an under-the-radar producer from the Aube, sure to entice the most experienced of small-house Champagne lovers. Some nice press on past vintages as well from John Gilman.