Ace of Spades (Armand de Brignac) – 75cl

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Formally known as Armand de Brignac, the champagne got its “Ace of Spades” nickname from its logo which is the same as the symbol on the playing card. The champagne is a tête de cuvée that comes in opaque metallic bottles, and is strategically marketed to gratify the taste of luxury life

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Formally known as Armand de Brignac, the champagne got its “Ace of Spades” nickname from its logo which is the same as the symbol on the playing card. The champagne is a tête de cuvée that comes in opaque metallic bottles, and is strategically marketed to gratify the taste of luxury life. It is a popular champagne brand owned by the Cattier family and have been in the Champagne business since 1763. The Armand de Brignac House is a prestigious champagne house, it has won praise from wine critics and connoisseurs around the world; their cellars are among the deepest and oldest in the Champagne region and have owned and cultivated vineyards since 1763.

Ace of spades Brut Gold

The most iconic ace of spades cuvée and the first release from the Armand de Brignac House. Made using Old World traditions of champagne blending, the brut gold has a vibrant fresh fruit character and layers of complexity. A blend of 40% pinot noir, 40% percent chardonnay and 20% Meunier ; it has flavors of toast, matured brioche and ripe fruit, fresh and elegant on the palate with notes of spice and apple blossom, citrus flavours, ripe white cherry, spun honey and whole grain toast giving it a balanced taste.

The bottle is wrapped in gold foil and packaged in a beautiful metallic gold bottle. The Brut gold is Armand de Brignac’s flagship release and is still one of the most renowned cuvée in their range

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