A wonderful expression of red berries, apples, violet, and lemon, with classic toasted aromas in the background. Pure, chiselled, and fresh attack, marked by lovely notes of fruits, a great acidity in the very long finish.
Champagne region lies east of Paris at the northern edge of the world’s vineyard-growing areas. The world's famous sparkling wine in the world is home to important houses and 'negociant' where branding plays a major role. Although the very finest vineyards allow the production of Premier Cru and Grand Cru Champagne.
Moderate continental climate
The soils in Champagne is predominantly limestone with a high level of chalk. This consists of granules of calcite formed from the fragile shells of marine micro-organisms. The outcrops of sedimentary rock are also composed of chalk, marl and limestone. This type of soil provides good drainage and also imparts that particular mineral flavour found in certain Champagne wines.