Justerini & Brooks produces Champagne to celebrate 250th Royal Warrant anniversary

By Emma Eversham

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The Justerini & Brooks Anniversary Cuvee has been launched to celebrate the wine merchant's 250th year of having a Royal Warrant
The Justerini & Brooks Anniversary Cuvee has been launched to celebrate the wine merchant's 250th year of having a Royal Warrant
Fine wine merchant Justerini & Brooks has released a special Champagne to celebrate 250 years of holding the Royal Warrant.

The Justerini & Brooks 250th Anniversary Cuvée​, has been made entirely from Pinot Noir grapes and was left on its lees for three years, more than double the usual time.

Produced in the warmer climate of the Bar region, the anniversary Cuvée​ is extra dry and is described as having notes of honey and toast. It is available to the on-trade for £19.28 per bottle.

Justerini & Brooks was founded in 1749 and was first awarded a Royal Warrant by King George III in 1760. The merchant has retained the warrant, which means it can display the relevant Royal Arms on products, under every successive monarch since.

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