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The wine


In 1952, Champagne Taittinger created its most noble and precious cuvée, the Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs, and the 2008 vintage continues this tradition. This exceptional champagne, made exclusively from Chardonnay grapes from the Grand Cru villages of the Côte des Blancs, reveals its crystalline intensity and true terroir elegance after 10 years of aging in the chalk pits of Saint-Nicaise. A small portion of the cuvée is aged in new oak barrels, adding fine toasted notes and enhancing the harmony of the champagne. The Comtes de Champagne is known for its rarity and exclusivity, produced only in exceptional vintages, and it adds an unforgettable touch to any special occasion with its vibrant delicacy and profound complexity.


The winery


The Champagne house Taittinger, under the leadership of the Taittinger family for nearly a century, commits to the highest quality and responsibility with every name on the bottle. Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, who manages the house together with his son Clovis and daughter Vitalie, emphasizes a commitment to tradition and forward-looking innovation. With a deep passion for art and an open, curious attitude, the Taittinger family has turned the company into a symbol of exquisite champagne and cultural engagement, gaining recognition far beyond the borders of France.

Taittinger - Comtes de Champagne 2008

SKU: 2045
1 Liter
    • Alc. 12.5% vol
    • Contains sulfites
    • Estate Bottled by: Champagne Taittinger CCVC, 9 place Saint Nicaise, 51100 Reims, France
    • Region: Champagne
    • Grape Variety: Chardonnay
    • Vintage: 2008
    • 100 Points - James Suckling
    • 98 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
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