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Varnier-Fanniere, Champagne Cuvee Saint Denis Brut, NV


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Professional Reviews

Antonio Galloni

AG 93
"The NV Brut Cuvée Saint Denis is another fabulous wine in this range. It emerges from 70 year-old vines in the Vigne du Grand Père lieu-dit in Avize. Orchard fruit, pear, lemon oil, graphite and crushed rocks build as this chiseled Blanc de Blancs shows off its remarkable pedigree and personality. This release is a blend of 60% 2015 and 40% 2014. Dosage is 10 grams per liter." -Vinous

Robert Parker

RP 93
"The October 2019 disgorgement of Varnier-Fannière's NV Brut Grand Cru Cuvée Saint-Denis continues to show very nicely, revealing aromas of ripe citrus fruit, yellow apple, fresh apricot, wheat toast and marzipan, followed by a full-bodied, broad and powerful palate that's elegantly fleshy and nicely concentrated. It's an expressive, textural Champagne that exemplifies the house style." -Robert Parker

Wine Spectator

WS 91
"Hints of bread dough and dried currant lace this juicy Champagne, with flavors of persimmon, honey and light smoke on the lively bead. Disgorged September 13, 2013."

Wine Enthusiast

WE 92
"Although not indicated on the label, this is a blanc de blancs. It veers toward bone dry, while maintaining just a hint of ripe tropical fruit to round out the crisp, mineral texture. It could age over several years."

What importer Skurnik Wines has to say about this wine...

cépage 100% Chardonnay
assemblage 75% 2016, 25% reserve wine (2015-2012)
village/vyd Avize Grand Cru; Vigne du Grand Père,
70+-year-old vines — Chalk
malo Yes
élevage Stainless steel
sur latte 30+ Months
dégorgement October 2020 – May 2021 (7)


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  • Vintage


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  • Farming Practice


  • Style

    Crisp , Elegant , Minerally

  • Sweetness


  • Body

    Light Bodied


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