In 2006, Armand de Brignac unveiled its first cuvée, Brut Gold, a unique and prestigious wine that boasts the excellence of Champagne.
The Armand de Brignac champagnes stem from the Champagne region's prestigious crus, located in the Montagne de Reims (Rilly-la-Montagne, Chigny-les-Roses and Ludes).
Released in 2006, the first Armand de Brignac champagne, Brut Gold, was given the title of the best champagne in the world by the Fine Champagne magazine.
This modern-day luxury champagne is presented in an opaque bottle covered with a layer of metal with a gold sheen. Meticulously applied by hand, the bottle is adorned with a French pewter label, featuring the brand's iconic "Ace of Spades".
The dosage of this champagne is 9.5 grams per litre.
The vinification and ageing
Harvested by hand. Only the first and freshest portion of the cuvée is kept for the production of this champagne. During disgorgement, the addition of still wines, aged for 1 year in French oak barrels, conjures up a delicious complexity.
Pinot Noir (40%)
Pinot Meunier (20%)
This champagne comprises a blend of the 3 last harvested vintages.
The nose exudes aromas of apricots and peaches, highlighted by hints of candied citrus fruit, delicate fragrances of orange blossom and buttered brioche.
Rich and creamy, this champagne seduces the palate due to its intense fruity expression (exotic fruits, cherries) complemented by subtle aromas of vanilla and honey.
Food and wine pairing
With its creamy texture and exotic fruit aromas, this Brut Champagne will perfectly complement a wide range of dishes, such as pan-fried scallops, roasted quail or fish.
Brut Gold by Armand de Brignac can either be relished now or cellared until around 2025.