The 2012 Champagne Brut Blanc de Blancs from the House Gratiot Pillière is distinguished by its maturity, freshness and complexity.
Made from grapes from old Chardonnay vines hand-harvested in 2012, this champagne was aged on lees for 78 months.
This complex Chardonnay at its maximum maturity is an excellent aperitif or early dinner wine, depending on your desires.
Aspect: pale gold color, tinged with green reflections, nice bubbles scattered in ephemeral foam.
Nose: very light notes of elderberry tree, candied ginger and tuberose enhance a rich nose of citrus rich nose of citrus fruits and buttery touches.
Palate: the sensation in the mouth is coated with matter and roundness, which continues on a persistent lemony finish.
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Today, Olivier & Sébastien Gratiot, representatives of the eleventh generation, manage 18 hectares of vines according to the principles of sustainable viticulture.
Their commitment to this approach has been consecrated by the VDC and HVE certifications, obtained during the last two harvests.
Subtle blends of Meunier, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from their different terroirs, from Charly-sur-Marne to Château-Thierry, Gratiot-Pillière champagnes are characterised by their balance, freshness and delicate fruitiness.