Dosage Vinification Grape Variety
30 to 50% of reserve wines from a period Chardonnay
of 40 diferent years, aged and vinifed in
wood and in oak casks of 34 hectoliters
The Extra-Brut cuvee presents itself with a luminous and fuid appearance, of a light straw
yellow colour with deep pale yellow refections in the glass. The promise of a fresh and
The initial impression on the nose is subtle, both airy and fruity, evoking notes of wet chalk,
blackcurrant, raspberry, honeysuckle fowers, apricot, pomelo and liquorice. Aeration
reveals notes of lemongrass, wild strawberry, almond, pomegranate, elderberry honey,
quince compote, cashew nuts, sunfower and dried fowers.
The palate is rich and fresh with a generous creamy efervescence. The Extra-Brut cuvee
develops a luscious crispness, underpinned by the acidity of lemon, pomelo and feshy fruits.
The mid-palate is orchestrated by a chalky-clay minerality that imparts fruity volume, body,
freshness and length to the palate. The whole, fnely proportioned, expresses depth with a
certain nicely raised vinosity and at the same time balanced by the remarkable freshness of
the wine, as much by its mineral character as by its fruity substance. The fnish is thus quite
slender and punctuated by an elegant and distinguished back note.
Food | wine pairing
• Beef tartare,
• Supreme of guinea fowl with chestnuts and kale,
• Roast veal and sweet potatoes,
• Supreme of roast guinea fowl and fricassee of candied vegetables,
• Thaï marinated prawns,
• Farm-produced reblochon.
• Champagne Guide Gault & Millau 2019-2020,
• Dussert-Gerber Wine Guide 2020-2021,
• Bettane & Desseauve Wine Guide 2019-2020,
• Gilbert & Gaillard Guide 2018-2019,
• The Champagne Guide Tyson Stelzer 2020-2021.
Half-bottle (37,5 cl) | Bottle (75 cl) | Magnum (150 cl)