Gosset Celebris 2004 & '15 Ans': new releases from Champagne's oldest house

Reputedly the oldest Champagne house (1584), Gosset has for many years been listed by discerning independent wine merchants and sommeliers, avoiding large retailers and the luxury brand advertising associated with some of the Grande Marques.

The house style is to use minimal malolactic fermentation, producing base wines with incredibly bright acidity which preserves the purity of fruit flavours through many years.  Tasting in Gosset’s cellars last year, we were privileged to try a 1985 vintage which seemed as fresh and youthful as the day it was released.   All that aging does not go for nought, however.  With age, as with people (at least one hopes) comes tremendous complexity and finesse.

We’re excited to offer the latest releases of the two top cuvées, “Celebris2004 and “15 Ans“, the masterpiece of the late Jean-Pierre Mareigner, Cellar Master of Gosset for 30 years, who sadly passed away last year.  Both are wines to add to your cellar in bond, ready to drink now but also able to gain even more complexity over the coming years.  Only a small amount of each has been released to the UK, so order today to secure stocks.


Offered for sale in bond. Price shown is per case (6x75cl bottles) and excludes UK duty and VAT which will be charged at the prevailing rate when the wine lands in the UK.