This cuvée is a typical example of the champagnes produced in the southernmost part of the Côte des Blancs.
It is 100% made of Chardonnays from Premier Cru terroirs. This champagne is blended from ⅔ of the year's wine and ⅓ of reserve wine. The latter provide maturity and complexity.
Malolactic fermentation was carried out by our winemaker to soften the natural acidity of this brut champagne (9 g/l).
The Blanc de Blancs produced in the north of the region are renowned for their finesse and freshness, a hallmark shared by all the terroirs of the Côte des Blancs, but also for the sharpness of their acidity.
Poirot Champagne offers you the opportunity to discover a champagne typical of the southern terroir of the Côte des Blancs.
It is therefore a fresh and fine champagne, as only the wines of the Côte can be, but also very supple, with fruit notes.
A champagne favouring freshness and finesse, ideal for your aperitifs or to accompany fish-based dishes!
Aspect: pale yellow, with a beautiful string of bubbles.
Nose: discreet citrus fruit, green apple and white flower aromas.
Palate: supple and fruity. It is a fresh, rich and supple champagne.
Destination the most famous region of Champagne: the Côte des Blancs.
Corinne and Alain Poirot have been making their wines on this exceptional terroir for several decades. Their vines are located in the southern part of the region, renowned for producing atypical Chardonnays.
Nearly all of their wines are made from blanc de blancs (100% Chardonnay). These champagnes are distinguished by their freshness, their minerality hints, and a great strength on the palate!