Champagne

Just Landed 95 RP

Roll over: "not a vintage Gosset but a Gosset vintage" - Gosset cellar master Odilon de Varine 

Produced only in years adapted to the house's powerful style.  Unwinding in the glass with aromas of lemon oil, marzipan, warm biscuits and wet stones, it's full-bodied, with a deep and concentrated core of ripe but racy fruit, a tangy spine of acidity and an elegant pinpoint mouse, displaying terrific purity and precision.

The story of the GOSSET family begins over four centuries ago with the first official ancestor of the family line, Jean GOSSET (1484–1556). Following in his footsteps, sixteen generations, all born in Aÿ in Champagne, had a single ambition – to improve their terroir. At the end of the 20th century, the takeover by the Cointreau family sees GOSSET Champagne enter the highest echelons of the prestigious houses, both in France and abroad. A passion that from past to present has shaped the image and reputation of the oldest Wine House in the region, whose name today is synonymous with a guarantee of excellence for all connoisseurs of great champagnes.

Just Landed 93 WS

Roll over: Aged 12 years in the cellar to obtain a complex and fruity wine.

A rich and creamy Champagne, with golden raisin, pastry cream and spun honey flavors layered with citrus peel acidity and a subtle, toasty underpinning. Lightly mouthwatering throughout, with a tang of salinity on the lasting finish.

Vinified and aged on lees on the lees avoiding premature oxidation. Malolactic fermentation carefully avoided in order to preserve the natural fruit character of the wines in vats and ensure they are perfectly preserved.  Brut dosage (7g/l) the balance between freshness, fruitiness and vinosity whilst keeping the character of the wine and its purity.

The story of the GOSSET family begins over four centuries ago with the first official ancestor of the family line, Jean GOSSET (1484–1556). Following in his footsteps, sixteen generations, all born in Aÿ in Champagne, had a single ambition – to improve their terroir. At the end of the 20th century, the takeover by the Cointreau family sees GOSSET Champagne enter the highest echelons of the prestigious houses, both in France and abroad. A passion that from past to present has shaped the image and reputation of the oldest Wine House in the region, whose name today is synonymous with a guarantee of excellence for all connoisseurs of great champagnes.

Just Landed 91 BH 91+ RP 92 WS

Roll over: A soft swirl of rose petal pink with hints of salmon pink and cherry red highlights.

Made from Chardonnay 50%, Pinot Noir 50% (of which 8% is red wine), Gosset Grand Rosé Brut is a A soft swirl of rose petal pink with hints of salmon pink and cherry red highlights. The nose is unmistakeably strawberry - in all its forms from freshly picked to strawberry jam. Well-structured, with a balance between the tension of the freshness and luscious red fruit dominance (wild strawberries and cream or coulis) softly envelop the palate, with a smooth, superbly fresh finish. The richness and sweetness of the wine make it an excellent match for Foie gras, wild salmon, fish and seafood tapas, grilled veal, poultry, as well as red and forest fruits such as strawberries, raspberries and blueberries.

The story of the GOSSET family begins over four centuries ago with the first official ancestor of the family line, Jean GOSSET (1484–1556). Following in his footsteps, sixteen generations, all born in Aÿ in Champagne, had a single ambition – to improve their terroir. At the end of the 20th century, the takeover by the Cointreau family sees GOSSET Champagne enter the highest echelons of the prestigious houses, both in France and abroad. A passion that from past to present has shaped the image and reputation of the oldest Wine House in the region, whose name today is synonymous with a guarantee of excellence for all connoisseurs of great champagnes.

92 AG 93 WS 94 BH

Roll over: A shimmering, translucent wine.

Made from Chardonnay 67 %, Pinot Noir 33 %, Gosset Grand Millésime Brut is a wonderfully fresh and expressive first impression reveals an assortment of white fleshed fruit such as pear and peach which develops into notes of grapefruit, aniseed and liquorice. The lively attack is delightfully taut. The finely poised, full-bodied palate remains incredibly light, with every sip revealing notes of damson, mirabelle plum, and ever-present pear, followed by the citrus flavours of orange and pink grapefruit.  Sustained by a bold liveliness, the wine finishes satisfyingly with just a hint of salinity. Ideal to serve as an aperitif, this vintage is also the perfect companion to fish such as line-caught bass, skate, sole, and hake, accompanied by a citrus sauce. This pairing suggestion can also be extended to sushi or maki and generally any grilled firm-fleshed fish, accompanied by green asparagus or spinach.

The story of the GOSSET family begins over four centuries ago with the first official ancestor of the family line, Jean GOSSET (1484–1556). Following in his footsteps, sixteen generations, all born in Aÿ in Champagne, had a single ambition – to improve their terroir. At the end of the 20th century, the takeover by the Cointreau family sees GOSSET Champagne enter the highest echelons of the prestigious houses, both in France and abroad. A passion that from past to present has shaped the image and reputation of the oldest Wine House in the region, whose name today is synonymous with a guarantee of excellence for all connoisseurs of great champagnes.

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91 RP 92 AG 92 WS 93 BH

Roll over: Absolute subtlety and distinction.

Made from Chardonnay 45%, Pinot noir 45%, Pinot Meunier 10%, Gosset Grand Reserve Brut is luminous and golden. Freshness and fruit aromas. The Chardonnay offers a delicacy underscored by aromas of yellow fruit such as peach and Mirabel plum. On the palate the Pinot Noir from Aÿ has a magnificent structure. Hawthorn and white blossom intertwine harmoniously, with a finely-honed acidity carried by notes of citrus. This champagne that is both delicate and tense, suave and assertive, is naturally versatile. A dual personality that complements elaborate cuisine with simplicity and grace. Savour with tapas, farm-reared chicken, oysters, langoustines, comté, parmesan.

The story of the GOSSET family begins over four centuries ago with the first official ancestor of the family line, Jean GOSSET (1484–1556). Following in his footsteps, sixteen generations, all born in Aÿ in Champagne, had a single ambition – to improve their terroir. At the end of the 20th century, the takeover by the Cointreau family sees GOSSET Champagne enter the highest echelons of the prestigious houses, both in France and abroad. A passion that from past to present has shaped the image and reputation of the oldest Wine House in the region, whose name today is synonymous with a guarantee of excellence for all connoisseurs of great champagnes.

93 RP 93 WS

Roll over: White flowers mingled with lightly toasted notes; harmonious silky palate.

Made from 100% Chardonnay, Gosset Grand Blanc de Blancs has an abundance of fine bubbles. Delicately pale gold in colour. A mineral and floral nose with aromas of blossom and white fruit, apricot and Mirabel plum punctuated with tangy citrus notes of lemon, quince jelly and honey. The nesse and elegance of this cuvée makes it a perfect aperitif. Its freshness lends itself to numerous pairings, notably with scallops, dressed crab, gougères, fish tartare, oysters, risotto with parmesan shavings, white meats, or a young, fruity Comté cheese, or Parmesan.

The story of the GOSSET family begins over four centuries ago with the first official ancestor of the family line, Jean GOSSET (1484–1556). Following in his footsteps, sixteen generations, all born in Aÿ in Champagne, had a single ambition – to improve their terroir. At the end of the 20th century, the takeover by the Cointreau family sees GOSSET Champagne enter the highest echelons of the prestigious houses, both in France and abroad. A passion that from past to present has shaped the image and reputation of the oldest Wine House in the region, whose name today is synonymous with a guarantee of excellence for all connoisseurs of great champagnes.