G. Tribaut Brut Cuvée de Réserve

(2 customer reviews)

From: £26.99


G.Tribaut Reserve is light in style with a gentle, citrus ‘zestiness’, hints of poached pears and vanilla.

A wonderful champagne to enjoy as an aperitif. G.Tribaut has a very strong following in the UK.

G.Tribaut reserve is similar blend to Billecart-Salmon and  has a similar taste profile, why not try it as an alternative?

(Bottle size 750ml)

Champagne G.Tribaut

The G in G.Tribaut is for Ghislain. He’s now ‘retired’ but keeps a close eye on his daughter Valerie and her brother who are responsible for crafting the champagne!

G.Tribaut is in the Premier Cru village of Hautvillers (where Dom Perignon lived in the abbey).

  • Blend: 40% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir and 30% Pinot Meunier.
  • ABV: 12%.
  • Dosage: 7g/l.
  • Bottle size 750ml.
  • All grapes are from the premier Cru Village of Hautvillers.
  • This champagne underwent malolactic fermentation.
  • Only 40,000 bottles are produced each year.

Taste tester approved and Tribaut consistently get really good reviews from wine critics.


2 reviews for G. Tribaut Brut Cuvée de Réserve

  1. Lionel Periner

    G. Tribaut Champagne has a light and delicate bubble. The colour is pale yellow. The nose is discreet, with some fresh ripe yellow fruits like peaches. Florals and sweet spices complete the aroma. On the palate the bubbles are gentle and smooth with a hint of brioche and almond flavour. The finish is clean and refreshing with some citrus notes. I would serve in a classic flute glass at around 8 degrees Celsius. I would serve as an aperitif or with fresh fruit cake. It is good value for money.

  2. John Pelling

    Four of us tasted the Champagne. We all noted the delicate colour and sparkling bubble in the flute although this soon dwindled.
    There was a distinct fruity nose: one thought mango, one caramelised pear (tarte tatin) and certainly picked up the brioche and almond mentioned by Lionel Periner. Lightly sugared, it gave plenty of grape to the palate with something of citrus. It was not dry enough for one but fine for the other three. One of these thought it more wine than fizz.
    Definitely a dessert wine rather than other courses of a meal, unless perhaps with cheese.

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