By Deborah Jackson, editor National Liquor News

Luxury Champagne brand, Boizel, has officially launched into the Australian market, to be distributed by Crush Fine Wines as of November.

Founded in 1834 Boizel is a family-owned Champagne house located on the prestigious Ave De Champagne.

Boizel will launch in Australia with its most famous and popular Champagne, the Brut Réserve, a cuvée obtained by a precise blend of three Champagne grape varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. It has an RRP of $99.

Straw gold with tiny bubbles, the expressive fresh nose opens on white flower aromas and is followed by an elegant fruity ambiance with notes of white peach, apricot and hints of citrus fruits. In the mouth, the texture is described as seductive, fresh and well balanced.

Boizel will also introduce three other wines to Australia from its collection, including a rosé, the Grand Vintage 2004 and the Joyau de France 2002.

The Shout Team

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