Gosset - Celebris Extra Brut Champagne 2008 (750ml)


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Producer Gosset
Country France
Region Champagne
Varietal Champagne Blend
Vintage 2008
Sku 1910504
Size 750ml

Wine Spectator: 96 Points

A graceful Champagne showing a sense of finesse to the detailed intersection of bright buoyant acidity and chalky minerality with a fine satiny mousse and flavors of ripe Asian pear dried white cherry salted almond lemon curd and crystallized honey. Long and mouthwatering on the creamy finish echoing spice and saline notes. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Drink now through 2038. 125 cases imported.

Vinous: 96 Points

The 2008 Extra-Brut Celebris offers up hints of apricot brioche baked apple tart white pepper chamomile and dried flowers. Extended time on the lees yields a Champagne with terrific flavor and textural complexity. This is an especially deep vinous Champagne from Gosset. I would prefer to drink it at the dinner table as it is a very serious wine.

Wine Advocate: 95 Points

Gosset's just-released 2008 Extra-Brut Celebris is showing beautifully out of the gates offering up sweet aromas of citrus oil dried white flowers warm biscuits and nougat with hints of the dried fruits to come. Medium to full-bodied racy and layered with a firm core of fruit that's girdled by tangy acids and a long penetrating finish the house's typically tensile style is married with real flesh and weight.

Wine Enthusiast: 95 Points

The Champagne is showing signs of just turning towards maturity giving it impressive longevity. The wine's white fruits green-plum and citrus flavors have now muted as a rich nutty character develops. This is a great moment to drink the wine. ROGER VOSS

Jeb Dunnuck: 94 Points

The 2008 Champagne Celebris Extra Brut is 54% Chardonnay and the remainder Pinot Noir aged for over 9 years in cellar on its lees with 4.8 g/l dosage. It is rounded with ripe aromas of orange oil almond pastry and peach and is seamless to the palate with modest acidity generous orchard fruit and a richness and umami that lifts off the palate with delicate salinity. Drink this benchmark wine in the range now or over the next 10-15 years. The oldest wine house in Champagne established by Pierre Gosset in 1584 in Ay Gosset was purchased by Reynaud-Cointreau in 1993. Today the chef de cave is Odilon de Varine formerly of De