Champagne Pertois Lebrun- Derrière le Mont Aigu N°12

Le Point : 17/20
Gault&Millau : 17/20

Pertois Lebrun Champagne - Derrière le Mont Aigu N°12

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The "Derrière le Mont Aigu N°12" cuvee by Pertois Lebrun offers outstanding balance between a chalky and salty mineral depth and a great aromatic purity.

This champagne comes exclusively from a Grand Cru parcel (100% Chardonnay) of 59.30 acres located in an area called "Derrière le Mont Aigu" in Chouilly.

This parcel of land uses sustainable viticulture, with mechanical tillage of the soil and organic amendments (composts), biological treatments with aromatherapy and biodynamic principles since 2013.

The dosage of this wine is very low, barely 2g/L. Consequently, the champagne of this cuvee is called "Extra Brut" (almost 4 times less sweet than a "Brut" champagne). The low sugar content allows you to enjoy the aromas of champagne to the fullest.

Finally, this champagne is aged in the Pertois Lebrun cellars for at least six years.

This is an exceptional champagne, with only 3140 bottles.

Aspect: Gold color, fluid bubbles of great finesse, long-lasting string of bubbles.

Nose: The nose is of white stone and biscuit

Palate: A lively, intense mouth, bright, with good length and a refined finish.

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About the Pertois Lebrun champagne.

About the Pertois Lebrun champagne. Established since 1955 on the hills of Cramant, Champagne Pertois Lebrun blends blanc de blancs champagnes according to family traditions.

Taking advantage of quality of the Côte des Blancs' soils, the House's vines, classified as a Grand Cru, produce fine and fruity grapes. As a supporter of sustainable viticulture, the House voluntarily limits the productivity of its vines while providing them with certified organic inputs.

Pertois Lebrun champagne embodies the new spirit of the young generation of winegrowers, concerned about the eco-sustainability of their farming techniques.