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Clos des Goisses 2007
03 November 2016

“ I recently held a complete vertical tasting of this personal wine. The champagnes were amongst the most ravishing I have tasted.” Richard Juhlin, www.champagneclub.com

One of Champagne’s original single vineyard sites, if not actually the first (that honour goes to Clos du Mesnil, originally a grower parcel before its acquisition by the house of Krug), was Clos des Goisses, the jewel in the impressive Philipponnat stable. It is instantly recognisable for its extremely steep slope that leads the vines down to the canal in Mareuil-sur-Ay - indeed it is the steepest walled vineyard in Champagne. The first known vintage of this great site was 1935, and in the intervening years this special plot has become known for producing powerful and long lived champagnes that possess a unique combination of ripeness and structure.    Read More

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