Residual sugar 25g/l
The dress is pale yellow.
In the glass, a nice bead of fine bubbles.
On the nose, unctuous and creamy notes appear followed by notes of toasted hazelnut, honey, apricot and orange blossom.
The attack on the palate is supple, where buttery aromas of dried fruit such as dried apricot and fruit paste are revealed.
The finish is long and is distinguished by a tasty sweetness.
Aging for more than 2 years in the cellar.
Dry Glamour is a late-night champagne.
It can accompany a foie gras with bread but also a slightly spicy dish such as a butter chicken or a biryani and of course desserts.