Depth and complexity are the two words that define the Reserve Huguenot Tassin cuvee.
Its aromas of white fruit and delicate vinosity make this champagne a wonderful table companion.
Aged on lees for 30 months, the Reserve cuvee is the result of a blend of 1/3 Pinot Blanc, 1/3 Pinot Noir and finally, 1/3 Chardonnay.
Pinot Blanc, whose use is very rare in Champagne, is a staple of the Huguenot Tassin House. Pinot Blanc is an old grape variety that is not very well known and used very much because of its extreme fragility. The prestigious village of Celles-sur-Ource is one of those rare places that offer Pinot Blanc the conditions for its development.
A remarkable producer’s Champagne.
Aspect: Golden yellow with a delicate green sheen
Nose: White flowers, hazelnut
Palate: Light vinosity, aromas of white fruits
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Founded in 1984 in Celles sur Ource, the Huguenot-Tassin House, whose vineyards cover 7 hectares, is located in the Côte des Bar region.
In 2008, the House was passed on to Edouard and Adeline Huguenot, the second generation of this winegrowing family.
Voluntarily reducing productivity to avoid rotting, the estate's vines are the subject of passionate attention.
By perpetuating the cultivation of pinot blanc, one of the traditional grape varieties of the Côte de Bars that is now disappearing, the Huguenots offer their champagnes a truly unique flavor.