A vibrant and elegant wine for purity lovers.
Vincent and Christine present their interpretation of a year here. Classic in its assemblage of the three major Champagne grape varieties, this cuvée is crafted from a single vintage.
Upon tasting, this un-dosed champagne reveals incredible fruitiness. Naturally mineral and expressive, the absence of added sugar imparts youthfulness in its expression and a promising potential for the years to come.
A vintage of subtlety and potential for terroir champagne enthusiasts
Terroir: Vallée de la Marne
Grape Variety: 70% Pinot Meunier, 15% Pinot Noir, 15% Chardonnay
Aging: 3 years on lees
Malolactic Fermentation: Yes
Dosage: 0 g/l - Brut Nature
Certification: High Environmental Value (HVE) 3 and conversion to organic agriculture
Food and Wine Pairing: Perfect for dishes such as fish with hollandaise butter sauce, goat cheese or Chaource cheese on whole grain bread, and violet asparagus with mousseline sauce.
Aspect: Bright yellow with a delicate stream of fine bubbles.
Nose: Fruity and lively, heralding a delightful freshness.
Palate: Lively and elegant, the subtle dosage highlights the mineral and fruity notes. The expressive mouth feel promises a bright future in its youth.
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It is precisely when one thinks to know a vineyard by heart that one often makes the greatest discoveries. In this specific case, were are heading to Marne Valley, the undisputed realm of Pinot Meunier, a grape variety too often drowned in blends.
At Piot Sévillano, it is exactly the opposite. The grape varieties are vinified separately and expressed through a range that beautifully showcases the terroir.
Lovers of characterful champagne will be delighted.