Champagne Gaston Chiquet 2018 Or Premier Cru Brut 750ml

SKU: 1015463
UPC: 3557862070506
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$114.99 (Inc. Taxes)
$99.99 (Ex. Taxes)

Made from equal parts Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the 2018 Champagne Millésime Carte d'Or Brut displays a shimmering yellow hue and offers up aromas of pure ripe fruit, with notes of spiced orange, golden peach, black cherry, and fresh biscuit. Ripe and juicy throughout, it’s full-bodied, with a refined mousse and a rich mineral texture accented with notes of fresh ginger. This is a very appealing wine with a lot of character from the team at Gaston Chiquet. Drink 2024-2036. 

Score: 93 points -- Audrey Frick,, 2023


Eight generations have passed since Nicolas CHIQUET planted his first vine in 1746. In 1919, brothers Fernand and Gaston CHIQUET – winemakers born and bred – came together to create their house, CHIQUET Brothers. They were pioneers in Champagne, among the very first winemakers to take the initiative, bold at the time, to keep their grapes, turn them into Champagne and sell their own product. In 1923, they were awarded their first medal in PARIS, then their gold medal in EPERNAY.  In 1935, Gaston CHIQUET separated from his brother to create his own brand. At the beginning of the 1950s, Gaston CHIQUET and his son Claude extended the family domain into the areas of Aÿ and Hautvillers, bringing new blending possibilities. In turn, Claude CHIQUET and his sons, Antoine and Nicolas, ensure continuity by complying with the family rule: “Our primary goal is to maintain the quality standards of our heritage.” While the techniques have been improved, the tradition remains the same.  In 2003, Antoine and Nicolas CHIQUET’s turn. These brothers assure continuity while respecting their ancestral rules. The techniques improve – the tradition endures  Today, for over 80 years, the brand Champagne Gaston Chiquet is still lead by the family.  The two brothers and the next generation, Marion Chiquet (Antoine’s daughter) work 23 hectares of vineyards situated primarily in the precious perimeter of Dizy, Aÿ, Mareuil-sur-Aÿ and Hautvillers. The three grape varieties used in Champagne are cultivated in the following proportions: Chardonnay 50%, Pinot Meunier 30%, Pinot noir 20%.