A Blanc de Blanc champagne made with the Traditional method
Fermentation happens in thermostatically controlled vats usually blending vines from 2 different years, wines used the terroirs from Cuis, Chouilly, Epernay and young vines from Cramant. Their grapes bring minerality and delicacy with good acidity which must of course be allowed to mellow. The vines from the Epernay slopes give wines that are balanced, round and fat – generally attractive. After staying around 2 years on the lees they add a dosage of 3-5 g/l.
The final wine is brisk and pure but creamy, with incisive apple and citrus flavors and great finesse. Very light on its feet and perfumed in the mouth. Finishes floral, gripping and very long