Champagne Baron Albert - La Pimpante

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Baron Albert Champagne - La Pimpante


La Pimpante was one of the first cuvees made by the Baron sisters when they joined the family estate. Today, it is one of the greatest achievements of the Baron Albert champagne.

It is above the grapes, coming from 3 crus of the Marne Valley, and the care taken in its elaboration that make up this champagne and explain the quality of this cuvee. Aged entirely in oak barrels, this “Blanc de Blancs” champagne (100% Chardonnay) benefits from an exceptional maturation period varying between 9 and 11 years depending on the harvest.

It ideally accompanies risotto or foie gras. La Pimpante cuvee from the Baron Albert champagne gives off all its aromas as an aperitif.

Aspect: Solar and brightly colored

Nose: Opens with brioche and chalky notes before hinting at a note of acacia.

Palate: Supple and fresh attack. Pulpy fruits, supported by a pleasant lemony acidity and a delicately creamy and elegant chalky minerality. Harmonious and melting finish.

Contains sulfites

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The story behind the Baron Albert champagne.

Located in Porteron, a small hamlet of Charly-sur-Marne, one of the largest wine-growing villages in Champagne, the Baron Albert champagne has been cultivating a passion for excellent wines for three generations.

The story of this Champagne winegrowing family is that of Albert Baron and his wife Beatrice, both children of Champagne winegrowers who decide to start producing Champagne. Following them, two sets of siblings will take over. First, Gilbert, Gervais and Claude, the children of Albert and Beatrice, and then three sisters, Claire, Lise and Aline, Claude Baron's daughters.

In order to elaborate champagnes respecting the region’s and family traditions, the 3 Baron sisters cultivate their family inherited vines according to the knowledge their grandparents, uncles and father passed on to them.