Appellation: AOC Champagne (Côte des Bar region)


Grapes: Pinot Noir (50%), Chardonnay (50%)


Farming: Biodynamic (certified)


Aromatics: Rich toasted almond notes, ripe red apples, white peaches and vanilla as well as yeasty notes.


Palate: This vintage was a classic Champagne year; it has a complex mix of both freshness and richness, with ripe apples and toasted almonds on the palate. Generously textured, precise and elegance, with a long and powerful mineral finish.


About the wine: Grower Champagne. 30% of the base wine is aged in oak barrel. Extra-Brut 4g/l dosage. Low Sulphur. Pinot Noir from the Buxeuil limestone terroir and Chardonnay grown on chalk in Montgueux. Disgorged 18/12/2019 as per engraving on the bottle. About 5,000 bottles are produced on the years when they decide to make a vintage cuvee.


When to drink: Drink now or in the next 20 years after vintage.


Service: 8 to 10 C degrees in a normal wine glass.


Food match: Champagne is one of the most versatile wines to pair with food. We recommend anything from rich seafood dishes such as butter-sauced fish, lobster or earthy truffle dishes, duck and game meat. For cheese, match with a triple cream cheese, Goat cheese or an aged hard cheese such as Comte or Gouda.

2007 Champagne Vincent Couche, 'Millesime' Extra-Brut