Champagne Philippe Fays - Brut

Champagne Philippe Fays - Brut


Brut by Philippe Fays is a generous, fruity champagne.

This cuvée is exclusively made from Pinot Noir, an emblematic grape variety of the Côte des Bar region.

This Blanc de Noirs champagne boasts a highly expressive fruity character, dominated by candied white fruit notes (pear, peach) and also reveals typical Pinot flavors (red fruit).

The Brut dosage (8 g/l) adds roundness to this convivial champagne "par excellence".

A crisp, light aperitif champagne to celebrate your most memorable moments.


Terroir: Côte des Bar - Longues Raies (1980) and Val Lune (1987) plots

Blend: 100% Pinot Noir

Malolactic fermentation: yes

Aging: 36 months on lees

Dosage: Brut (8 g/l)

Food and Wine pairings: aperitifs and hors d'oeuvres, both hot and cold.

Aspect: light yellow gold with silvery reflections.

Nose: acidic fruits.

Palate: Rich, fresh attack with creamy, mellow effervescence, fruity and full-bodied.

Contains sulfites

Customer comments (5): 5.0/5

Quentin Buchard, le 2024-01-31

Acheté pour Noël après avoir été conseillé par le service client par téléphone. Top, frais et fruité, il a plu à tout le monde

Alessandro P, le 2023-12-13

Lucas R., le 2023-11-21

Ottimo rapporto qualità prezzo

Daniel p., le 2023-11-14

Très bon, livré rapidement

Luc Pinet, le 2023-10-16

Champagne fruité, très agréable pour l'apéritif.

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Champagne Philippe Fays

A journey into the southern Champagne region with this Côte des Bar winegrower.

The village of Celles-sur-Ource is home to Philippe Fays' vineyards, where he grows and turn into wine grape varieties so emblematic of his terroir. Among them, the Chardonnay, along with the region's emblematic Pinot Noir and Pinot Blanc, an endemic variety that brings a distinctive touch to the blends.

What's the house style?

Malolactic fermentation on all cuvées, helping to soften the wine's natural acidity for softer, rounder aromas throughout tasting.

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