A truly exceptional champagne, the Noire Spéciale Vintage 2010 cuvee from the Huguenot-Tassin House is a rich, complex and fruity wine.
Made exclusively from the head of the cuvee made from old Pinot Noir vines, this cuvee is the perfect tasting champagne for complex wines lovers.
In the mouth, it reveals aromas of red fruits. Prolonged ventilation reveals pastry aromas.
It is a complex, rich and structured vintage which has reached its maturity quickly, but which will age well for many years to come.
Presented in its elegant case, the Noire Spéciale Vintage 2010 Brut (7g/l) cuvee is ideal for all your tasting occasions.
A true gourmet champagne.
Aspect: rich, with aromas of dry fruit, honey and small red fruits
Nose: very fine bubbles feeding a persistent bezel
Palate: attaque souple et fraîche, effervescence crémeuse et fondue. Fruité mûr, pulpeux et croquant, soutenu par une belle acidité. Finale marquée par un fruité tendre et une matière équilibrée.
Founded in 1984 in Celles sur Ource, the Huguenot-Tassin House, whose vineyards cover 6 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.