The Albert Beerens “Blanc de Noirs” champagne is made from two of the main Champagne grape varieties, Pinot Noir (80%) and Pinot Meunier (20%).
The grapes used in this cuvee blend come from the 2014 harvest and reserve wines of the 2013 harvest.
Fruity and harmonious, this cuvee is ideal as an aperitif. It can also accompany poultry or enhance your fruit-based desserts.
The Magnum format is ideal to age your champagne for a few more years in the cellar and give it time to perfect its aromas until 2021, the year of its peak!
Aspect: Golden yellow to slightly amber color
Nose: Expressive on red fruit, vanilla and grapefruit notes
Palate: Rich, harmonious, full and creamy with citrus and caramel flavors.
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The 7 hectare vineyard of this family House is located in the heart of the Côte des Bar, in the department of Aube. This champagne winegrower's House has been constantly monitoring the quality of its vines and grapes ever since its foundation in 1862.
For several years now, the Albert Beerens Champagne has joined the Terra Vitis network, guaranteeing the commitment of winegrowers to viticulture in harmony with the environment. The most obvious sign of this commitment is that the family vineyard now has a permanent natural grass cover.
The Albert Beerens “Blanc de Noirs” cuvee is a champagne made from two of the main...
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