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Thanks to a meticulous selection of quality grapes, this Champagne is a model non-vintage Brut.

It is emblematic of Champagne Gardet, with the savoir-faire to preserve its style and maintain the mark left by the history of the House.

Timeline of the bottle

Timeline of the bottle



Fine cuisine pairings

Fine cuisine pairings

Bottling & Shipping

Bottling & Shipping

Brut Tradition is a “non-vintage”, the House’s know-how consists in offering a constant style and quality by reaching the perfect balance between the year’s wines and a collection of reserve wines kept for this purpose.

Main harvest: About 70% of the blend. We are generally about 4 years after the main harvest of a Brut Tradition available for sale today.

Reserve wines: About 30% of the blend. They are mainly from the 3 years preceding the base harvest, but some can be older.

Optimal serving temperature is between 6 and 8°C (43 to 46°F).

COLOUR: Honey-yellow gold.

NOSE: Assertive and open. Notes of chalk, fruit and toast.

PALATE: Expressive, with white stone fruit and a dominant freshness. The soft, velvety character of the Meuniers balances the straightforwardness of the Pinot Noirs. A fine minerality is present on the finish, with a fine balance between aromas, taste and length.

By nature a champagne for an aperitif: it goes very well with gougères, bruschettas and prawns cooked “a la plancha”. And with scrambled eggs for brunch, it’s perfect.

Bottling period: March or June
Container sizes: bottles, half-bottles, magnums, jeroboams, methuselahs
Initial closure: crown cap

Final cork (after disgorgement): Classic cork
Post-shipment cellaring: Ready to drink, can be kept in cellar conditions for up to 2 years.

Dosage Brut : 8 g/L

Pinot Noir