Champagne Robert Allait - Pinot Chromie

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Champagne Robert Allait - Pinot Chromie

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The Pinot Chromie cuvee from the Robert Allait House is a champagne that combines elegance, subtlety and refinement. It will do wonders as an aperitif.


This champagne is exclusively made from the "heart of the cuvee" (i.e. it is composed of the highest quality juice obtained during the pressing of the grapes).

Made from 100% Pinot Noir, it is a champagne called Blanc de Noirs, (i.e. made exclusively from red grapes). This blend gives this champagne aromas of red fruits and strong structure.

Benefiting from an ageing period of at least 48 months, the Pinot Chromie cuvee has had plenty of time to develop and can be opened immediately.

It is not only a great vintage, it is also an engaged vintage. Indeed, like all the champagnes of the Robert Allait House, this cuvee is exclusively composed of grapes from certified sustainable viticulture.

It is in this eco-friendly spirit that the Robert Allait House chose to set up hives which helps contribute to the respect of biodiversity.


A great vintage that represents all the know-how of the Robert Allait House


Bottle sold in its black case.

Aspect: Expressive and delicate, yellow fruit nose, slight notes of almond and caramel.

Nose: Clear and brilliant wine with a brown gold hue and slight golden reflections. Fine bubbles.

Palate: Straightforward and lively. Notes of vine peach, yellow plums, slight notes of caramel.

Contains sulfites

Michail C, le 2021-11-04

Amazin wine, Structure, acidity, lenght,complex

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About Robert Allait champagne:

Created in 1890, the Robert Allait Champagne House has always been a family business. Five generations of winegrowers have succeeded one another at the head of the estate with a constant concern: respect for the Champagne tradition and its terroir.

Aware that soil quality is a resource to be conserved, the Robert Allait family has been involved for several years in processes to reduce its ecological impact. The estate is certified by two prestigious labels, the HEV (High Environmental Value) and Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne...

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