- Highly rated, quality driven house producing fruit from the Montagne de Reims
- Aged for longer than normal in the cellar creating a fine bubble
- Pair with charcuterie and fine cheese
Part of the chardonnay in this champagne is coming the Côte de Sezanne. This is different in profile to the chalky cousins from the Côte de Blancs. Expect some lemon curd, Williams pear and biscuit with a very fine bead.
The palate is sophisticated, elegant and has a clear chardonnay drive with the pinot noir providing lift of fruit, support and balanced palate weight. Fruit and acids are in harmony. this is not only affordable but for us is considered a sleeping giant in Australia. Introduce your friends to this excellent cuvée.
This is a blend of 50% chardonnay, 40% pinot noir and 10% meunier, with a quality-ageing period of 4.5 years in the cellar with an addition of 30% reserve wines from a solera ageing system. The solera draws upon up to 20 years of wines adding power, depth and layers of flavour.