Champagne Bernard Robert - Réserve Brut

Champagne Bernard Robert - La Révolte des Vignerons 2015


La Révolte des vignerons, signed Bernard Robert, is an exceptional champagne.

This vintage champagne is made from Pinot Noir grapes from the 2015 harvest.

This year was extremely beneficial for the Champagne region, which produced a very fine vintage overall. The Pinot Noirs of the Aube region have been particularly favoured, and this is notably the case for the vines of Bernard Robert champagne.

Our winemaker has produced a vintage in the spirit of this great year: intense, elegant and perfectly balanced.

This cuvée was aged in oak barrels for 6 months to give it structure, then aged in the cellar for more than 2 years.

The result is a Blanc de Noirs champagne that is both corpulent and perfectly balanced. Its low sugar content (5 g/l) gives it a beautiful freshness.

A great champagne for one of the greatest vintages of the 21st century!

This cuvée was produced in a very limited edition in its silkscreened bottle, paying homage to the winegrowers of 1911, who rebelled for the recognition of the Aube as a fully-fledged winegrowing Champagne region.

This gastronomic champagne will find its place as an aperitif as well as during a meal, with white meats or a cow's cheese.

Aspect: dark yellow, with a fine string of bubbles.

Nose: elegant and corpulent, finds its balance in a perfect freshness.

Palate: intense, marked by notes of dried and candied fruits.

Contains sulfites

Riccardo B, le 2023-05-04

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About champagne Bernard Robert

This family house is located in the least known terroir of Champagne: the Côte des Bar. This region, which borders on Burgundy, is renowned for the very high quality of its Pinot Noirs.

The champagnes produced by the Bernard Robert family stand out not only due to the typicality of their aromas, but also the subtle use of an extremely rare grape variety in Champagne: Pinot Blanc.

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