Named after the light cavalry of Napoléon Bonaparte, in which the soldiers were the first to use the art of sabring, the Cuvée des Hussards is powerful and expressive.
This cuvee was elaborated from 85% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Noir coming from Premier and Grand Cru vineyards older than 40 years old. 2012 is regarded as the vintage of reference of the last decade. On the palate, this Champagne is powerful and well supported by a creamy and delicate foam.
It has scents of white and yellow candied fruits with a note of saffron spice. This is a limited release with only 60 bottles remaining in Australia!
Aged 8 years on lees with a further two years in bottle prior to release. Dosage sits at 7.9 grams per litre which makes it Brut.