A rare year, yielding a remarkable quality of grapes characterized by their high alcohol potential and exceptional acidity, comparable to the greatest vintages of the past: 1834, 1893, 1928…
A cuvée assembled exclusively from Grand Crus and Premiers Crus grapes: Chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs (40 %) and Pinot Noir from the Montagne de Reims (60 %).
- FRA - Champagne
Winery Tasting Notes
A sparkling, golden-yellow color, a fine and persistent bead, a delicate and creamy mousse… A true feast for the eye.
The nose is richly aromatic, with finesse and purity. The initial aromas feature notes of dry fruits and apricot, as well as mild spices. The nose then develops more gourmand side, with brioche, biscuit notes over a mineral backbone.
The attack on the palate is beautiful, both ample and dense. The mouth is superbly linear, combining great wealth with remarkable lightness and finesse. Its toasted almond and citrus fruit notes harmoniously enhance the sensations perceived.
The astonishing freshness is a tell tale sign of its outstanding cellar potential. The finish is generous and very long.
The lightness of the bead and complexity of this wine make it a perfect partner for the essentials of French gastronomy, or for a refined aperitif, lobster salad, or fine, aged parmesan.