Category: Champagne, sparkling
Appellation: AOC Champagne (Côte des Bar region)
Grapes: Pinot Noir (50%), Chardonnay (50%)
Farming: Biodynamic (Certified)
About the wine: Grower Champagne. The base wine is partially aged in barrel. Dosage Brut, Nature. Low Sulphur. Pinot Noir from Buxeuil limestone terroir and Chardonnay grown on chalk in Montgueux
Taste like: This vintage was a classic Champagne year; it has this complex mix of both freshness and richness, ripe apples and toasted almonds. Precise and elegant with a long fresh and powerful mineral finish.
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 wine with food. We recommend mushroom dishes, seafood, butter-sauced fish, lobster, triple cream cheese, Goat cheese, aged hard cheeses such as Comte or Gouda, mushroom dishes, truffle dishes, duck, game meat of a pavlova (but please avoid sweet desert).