Domaine Carneros Tattinger 2000 Le Rêve

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    Tasting notes: Delivers layers of creamy flavor—vanilla, hazelnut, and buttery brioche—that dissolve gradually to a precisely focused finish punctuated by pinpoint bubbles. Worth knowing: Struck by the remarkable climate and soil of the Carneros region of the Napa Valley, Claude Taittinger, president of the impressive Champagne house, opened Domaine Carneros winery in 1989 with the aim of producing outstanding sparkling and still wines from pinot noir and chardonnay grapes.

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