The alliance of power and generosity
Golden robe with copper nuances. The nose reveals very ripe fruit aromas: apricot, quince and greengage, which evolve to cherry wine smells and walnut wine.
Fresh at first, the palate expresses notes of peach and mirabelle plum and develops final notes of dried fig and candied fruits.
This champagne reveals a pleasant freshness with a powerfull and a generous personality.
This champagne will be perfect for your evening aperitifs. It will also accompany sweet/savoury duets such as a poultry with prunes and almonds, lamb with figs and oranges or duck breast with pineapple. It will also be delicious with white meat grilled, roasted or lacquered.
White wine from red grapes : 100% Pinot Noir
7.5g/l sugar. Also available in Sec and Demi-Sec
The alliance of fineness and elegance
Light gold robe. The nose reveals scents of almond, hazelnut, and also orange zest and lemon dough.
The palate, deep and suave, expresses aromas of verbena, linden, citrus and also buttered smells and candied fruits. Delicate acidity gives a touch of freshness. The final, elegant and harmonious, imposes a great persistence.
This cuvée will accompany your aperitifs or your festive meals for your pleasure.
This champagne will be perfect with steamed fishes or shellfish such as scallops. It will be also delicious with a dessert as a lightly sweetened lemon mousse.
70 % Chardonnay - 30 % Pinot Noir
The alliance of fruitiness and freshness
All we can expect from a rosé champagne : a raspberry robe and tasty character. The nose exprims an abundance of red fruits parfums. The palate, ample and fleshy, confirms the olfactory characteristics with aromas of cherry, raspberry and blackcurrant. The persistant final reveals oaky notes.
Rich and generous, this cuvée belongs to the gastronomy's champagnes family. This brut rosé will gladly accompagny a traditional meal with grilled red meat or fine cold cuts. For your festive meals, it will be delicious with a doe medallion with a cranberry sauce or a minced Stroganov beef. It will be also excellent for a dessert with a Charlotte (French cake) with pink biscuits of Reims or or a red fruits crumble.
A blend of our Pinot Noir base wine (70%) and our Pinot Noir wine (30%).
The intense purity
Amber robe. The nose offers very ripe yellows fruits aromas as mirabelle and greengage accompanied by notes of undergrowth.
Ample and fresh, the palate reveals honey aromas and dried fruits as prune, date and hazelnut. Beautiful length with acidulous aromas in final.
This cuvée is a champagne of gastronomy.
It will excel with foie gras toasts and fig chutney. It will also pair perfectly with a poultry with caramelized walnuts or a veal chop and its mushrooms.
White wine from red grapes : 100% Pinot Noir
The fullness of maturity
Golden robe with old gold glints.
The nose offers scents of honey, dry fruits and orange bark.
The palate is lively and generous at the same time : the palate confirms the olfactory impressions : subtle vegetal notes with scents of grapefruit and lemon. Delicate aromas of butter, brioche, hazelnut and roasted almond sublimate a remarkable finish.
This vintage 2009, with its high expression, will excel on a flaky meat or a poultry in cream. For special occasions, it will be also delicious with a half-cooked or pan-fried foie gras. It will also perfectly accompany your aperitifs.
50 % Chardonnay - 50 % Pinot Noir
5,9 g/l sugar
This fortified wine is a blend of fresh juice of Pinot Noir with a neutral alcohol to obtain a wine grading 18% vol. This mistelle has aged in oak barrels for two years.
Beautiful amber robe. The nose is intense and expressive. It develops fruity aromas: prune and morello cherries combined with smoky and woody scents.
The palate is in perfect harmony with the nose. Tasty and silky: aromas of honey, of quices jelly and candied fruits procure the sweetness of this nectar.
Served at 8°C, it is ideal as aperitif.
It also allows exquisite alliances with many dishes: a perfumed melon, an Italian ham or cheeses with character. It is also surprising to deglaze a sauce, for example foie gras escalopes. More simply, it can accompany a fruits salad.
Fresh juice of Pinot Noir and neutral alcohol
Our champagne is commercialised once it is perfectly aged. It can therefore be drunk a few days after being purchased.
If you wish to save it, we recommend that you lay your bottles down, away from daylight, in a cool and damp place (at a constant temperature of about 10°C).
In order to fully enjoy the aromas of our champagne, the ideal temperature is 8 to 10°C.
Bring your champagne to the right temperature by laying it down in the bottom compartment of your refrigerator for about 4 hours.
You can also dip it in a champagne bucket filled with water and ice for about half an hour.
Serve it in flutes, which you will have washed by hand beforehand, without any detergent. Fill the glasses 2/3 high and enjoy.