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...
The robe is bright, blond, with a fine and white effervescence.
The nose is open and frank, with a dominant of yellow and juicy fruit (peach in syrup) with notes of bananas, dried apricots, and shades of dry biscuits.
The Chardonnay brings a touch of sweetness and subtlety with its aromas of white flowers.
The attack on the palate is straight and pure. The wine is light and crisp. The dosage brings sweetness to the finish.
This cuvee is a champagne all in distinction and freshness. It will be appreciated by the aperitif.
Comments from the Oenologists
M. Delaunois & M. Richet