Sweet, non-effervescent aperitif or digestive Champagne. Very indulgent with pronounced gingerbread and caramelized notes. He is very popular with women. Food/wine pairing: Aperitif, magnificent with a hard cheese or a strong chocolate dessert.
Cuvee dominated by Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Its freshness as well as its finesse make it a very balanced Champagne on the palate that goes well with many dishes.Food/wine pairing: Aperitif through to dessert, captivating with gilt-head seabream.
Cuvee dominated by Pinot Noir and Meunier. Its developed aromas and its long aging on lees make it a Champagne of character.Food/wine pairing: Aperitif, lamb shank in a crust, roast guinea fowl...
“Victim of its own success”Cuvee exclusively composed of Chardonnay. Its minerality and its very present fruit aromas make it a Champagne of great freshness.Food/wine pairing: Aperitif, excellent with a puff pastry of cod or a seafood platter.