- Young talented grower using organic treatments in the vineyard
- Great expression of Côte des Blancs fruit, clean, mineral & fresh
- Pair with John Dory, creamy mushrooms and crisped kale to pick up the earthier mineral dimensions of the wine.
This is the third release of this single-vineyard champagne from Bisseuil, which in the past formed the base of Calsac’s Infiniment Blanc. Fifteen percent of the blend is reserve wine that is vinified and aged in oak, and this seems to contribute texture and body on the palate.
The overall impression, however, is of intensely chalky minerality, thoroughly infusing the fruit flavours and making this feel brisk and incisive. It’s superbly balanced at 3 g/l of dosage, finishing with sleek, vivid aromas. - Peter liem
I couldn't agree more with this review from Mr. Liem, we love that tension and chalky grip that glues the tongue to the roof of your mouth.
Technical details: Base year: 2014, full malolactic conversion and 15% of the wine was aged in barrel for 7 months prior to secondary fermentation. 3051 bottles produced, disgorged February 2017. Predominantly chalk soils with southeast exposition. Ploughing done and grass cover provided.