Champagne Lombard - Blanc de Noirs "Les Corettes"

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Champagne Lombard - Blanc de Noirs "Les Corettes"


The Blanc de Noirs vintage "Les Corettes" is a champagne with minerality, fruit and freshness.

This champagne is made only from the grapes of the Grand Cru plot called "Les Corettes". This 36 ares vineyard grows on the hillside under the Moulin de Verzenay and benefits from a full western exposure.

This terroir, located in the north of the Montagne de Reims, is renowned for the delicacy and great freshness of its Pinot Noirs.

This Brut Nature de Verzenay is a Blanc de Noirs champagne made only from Pinot Noir. It is vinified in stainless steel vats, then aged in oak barrels for 6 to 8 months with a light stirring of the lees.

The cellar master chose to block the malolactic fermentation completely in order to bring out the tension and energy of the Grand Cru terroir of Verzenay.

This Blanc de Noirs Grand Cru has been aged between 4 and 5 years in the cellars of the House before being offered to you. No sugar has been added to this naturally perfectly balanced champagne.

A remarkable champagne that is both structured and offers a strong aromatic intensity of red fruits.

A magnificent Blanc de Noirs Grand Cru de Verzenay to be savoured and shared without delay!

Aspect: delicate string of fine bubbles.

Nose: lively and carried by primary notes of red fruits.

Palate: marked by a beautiful minerality and a great freshness that accompanies the delicate aromas of red fruits.

Contains sulfites

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About champagne Lombard

This family-run champagne house is a subtle blend of trade and winemaking philosophy..

Based in Épernay, it produces a range of champagnes that honours the diversity and quality of the Champagne terroirs.

Since his arrival at the estate in 2017, Thomas Lombard has been promoting a new vision of the trade, closer to the winegrowers and enhancing their work through single-crop and plot-based champagnes.

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