The Champagne presents a pale green yellow dress enhanced with pale green yellow hints. It is covered by fine and light bubbles offering a delicate crackling.
The first nose reminds of smells of brioche, chalk, raspberry, white pepper, lily, pistachio, lemon heart. When aerated, it turns to notes of almond paste, fresh mint and blanched almond. A further aeration reveals flavours of grilled hazelnut and iodized accents.
Power and Floral Notes
The approach in the palate is soft and fresh with a creamy and melted effervescence. The wine develops with a density of fleshy white fruit and citrus fruit, well enhanced by a tense acidity with lemony and aniseed tones. The mid-palate is orchestrated by a very pure chalky minerality. The delicate return of fragrances of white and yellow flowers sustains the elegance and vinosity of this thoroughbred Champagne.
Oysters, Sashimi of sea bream, Lobster in green tea aspic, Platter of Norway lobster and crab varieties, Wok of shellfish with spring vegetables, Green asparagus, Grilled king prawns in ennel, Sauerkraut of the sea, Whipped Chaource cheese, Warm goat cheese salad...
including 10% of reserve wine
|Vinification:||Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tank
Malolactic fermentation achieved
Ageing in oak barrels (5%)
||Bottling in June 2009
|| Brut 9 g/l
Ratings & Medals
| Wine Enthusiast:
|Guide des Vins Bettane+Desseauve 2019:
| IWSC 2018:
| IWSC 2016:
||Non-vintage Champagne of the year
||Gold Medal Outstanding