Champagne Bernard Robert - Réserve Brut

Champagne Bernard Robert - Magnum Collection 2013


This 2013 vintage, signed Bernard Robert, is a terroir champagne with unique aromas.

This Blanc de Noirs champagne is made exclusively from Pinot Noir, the emblematic grape variety of the Aube region and of the Bernard Robert house.

This 100% Pinot Noir Blanc de Noirs was aged for 9 years in the cellars of the house in order to acquire a maturity commensurate with its potential. The magnum format (1.5 l) is particularly conducive to the ageing of the wine, notably thanks to the perfect oxygenation that takes place through the cork. The long years spent in the cellar have therefore brought this vintage to its gustatory peak.

Dosed in brut (9 g/l), this champagne expresses the unique aromas of its terroir and its emblematic grape variety. It will surprise you with its distinctive notes of fresh spices and undergrowth.

A true flagship of the house and a reflection of its family know-how, this magnum collection is corked in the old-fashioned way with a hemp string sealed with wax.

A rare champagne, one of those we never forget!

This box was only produced in 945 copies.

This box contains a 2013 vintage magnum with a capacity of 1.5L and its leather case.

Aspect: deep and intense gold.

Nose: expresses the aromas of a unique land: that of the Côte des Bar and Pinot Noir. It reveals notes of fresh spices, enhanced by scents of undergrowth and dried fruit, with a subtle hint of yellow fruit, particularly vine peach.

Palate: on the palate, the delicate touch of this champagne dresses the palate with its generous vinosity and bewitches with its length.

Contains sulfites

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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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