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  • French Champagne, Champagne Paques et Fils Champagne Carte Or

    Champagne Paques et Fils
    Champagne
    Carte Or

    $30SOLD OUT

    Assembled from Premier Cru Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay grapes, Carte Or is a lively Brut Champagne — supple, fresh and fruity, perfect for cocktail parties.

    • A bright, crisp blend of Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Pear and freshly baked bread on the nose, a mouthwatering burst of apple on the finish. More fruit than bread, this Champagne makes a wonderful apéritif.

      Food pairing: Shrimp scampi

  • French Champagne, Champagne Paques et Fils 2007 Champagne Carte Rouge

    Champagne Paques et Fils
    2007 Champagne
    Carte Rouge

    $32SOLD OUT

    White in spite of its name, this vintage Brut Champagne features a 50/50 blend of Pinot and Chardonnay grapes assembled only in exceptional years. Balanced, fragrant, structured and long in the mouth — a real delight!

    • A beauty in the glass with tiny, persistent bubbles. Rich with scents suggesting yeast, fresh pears, baked pears, and buttered toast. Similar to the Carte Or, but with everything amplified. As rich on the palate as it is on the nose, but balanced by crisp acidity on the attack that yields to butter and toast and baked fruit before a resurgence of acidity on a delightfully protracted finish marked by a duet between tarter and sweeter flavors. Seductively easy to drink. Excellent value.

      Food pairing: Cold game is the classic pairing, but try delicately smoked fish, sushi, or oysters; delicious on its own

  • French Champagne, Champagne Paques et Fils 2009 Champagne Carte Rouge

    Champagne Paques et Fils
    2009 Champagne
    Carte Rouge

    $33

    White in spite of its name, this vintage Brut Champagne features a 50/50 blend of Pinot and Chardonnay grapes assembled only in exceptional years. Balanced, fragrant, structured and long in the mouth. And the excellence of the 2009 vintage only heightens the delight!

    • Pale gold color, with fine, persistent bubbles—pretty in the glass. Light, grapey fruit on the nose. Less toasty and (at first) with less of the apple scents so common in fine Champagne. Instead it offers clean, intense grape scents along with figs and hazelnuts. Intensely fruity on the palate with something suggestive of apples finally emerging on a long, lingering finish. Clean, crisp, full-flavored, delicious.

      Food pairing: Apéritif; caviar; smoked fish; shellfish dishes; poultry dishes; Asian cuisine

  • French Champagne, Champagne Paques et Fils Champagne Rosé

    Champagne Paques et Fils
    Champagne
    Rosé

    $36SOLD OUT

    Our best-seller Champagne — in a blind tasting, most people preferred it to more expensive samples from more famous Maisons! While it is a Brut, it is full of fruit.

    • Pink with tiny, delicate, persistent bubbles. Very pretty in the glass—as any rosé Champagne should be. Bright, fruity scents suggestive of cantaloupe and citrus (perhaps orange rind or pink grapefruit). Less rich, creamy, and toasty than the Carte Or and Carte Rouge wines from the same maker, but with subtle hints of toast and something suggestive of plum skins. Delicate mousse. Refined and sophisticated, but not at all snooty. A perfect brunch wine. Excellent value.

      Food pairing: Aperitif, salmon, light appetizers, fruit salad; a perfect brunch wine

  • French Champagne, Champagne Paques et Fils Champagne Grande Réserve

    Champagne Paques et Fils
    Champagne
    Grande Réserve

    $43

    The top wine from Maison Paques, this Brut Champagne has won a silver medal from the International Wine & Spirit Competition. Assembled from carefully selected reserve vines, this 70/30 blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir achieves both elegance and decadence. Great over pâté or caviar, and perfect for a toast!

    • Rich, decadent bubbles in a glass. This Champagne is dry in style but has a voluptuous mouthfeel. There’s definitely a baked bread essence with a bit of vanilla too. Nicely complex and highly food-compatible!

      Food pairing: Pâté

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