The Nicolas Feuillatte Demi-Sec is a Champagne made with Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Meunier grapes. It has an ABV of 12%, and is done in a modern, distinctive style.
Filled with vitality and verve, it has aromas of citrus, and crisp, fresh fruit. It’s creamy on the palate, with a wonderful freshness, fruity flavors, and a lingering richness.
This Demi-Sec Champagne from Nicolas Feuillatte is brilliant with cheeses like Roquefort or Gorgonzola, pan-fried fois gras, and figs. Have a glass of it with Indian or Carribean dishes; it works particularly well with prawns, salmon, and tuna. It also goes great with pastries for dessert.
The story of Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte is one of partnership and understanding. Henri Macquat launched Center VInicole in 1972 as a means for winegrowers to join forces to ensure sales of grapes following surplus harvests. It was in 1976, at 50 years old, that Nicolas Feuillatte launched his eponymous brand. Feuillatte is a successful businessman, having made his fortune in the import of African coffee to the United States. He first made Champagne for his American friends, the likes of the Kennedys and Aristote Onassis included.
But the turning point was in 1986, when both men met and joined forces, creating what is now Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte. It is the youngest of the Champagne houses, and a force of nature, distributed in more than 80 countries around the world.
Fine sparkling wine must be handled with care. For short-term storage (a few days to a month), you can keep your bottle upright—but away from bright or artificial light. For long-term storage, especially for vintage cuvées, you must store the bottles on their side in a wine rack or cellar to keep the cork from drying out. The ideal temperature for storage is between 7 to 10°C. Once opened, a bottle will be good for 1 to 3 days standing upright in the refrigerator.