The Jordan 2015 cuvée by Robert Allait is a rich and expressive champagne offering a complex taste and a gourmet and persistent finish.
This extra-brut champagne (6g/L) is made from Pinot Meunier (1/3), Chardonnay (1/3) and Pinot Noir (1/3).
From this perfectly balanced blend of the three great Champagne grape varieties results in a delicate wine of great finesse that will marry well with refined dishes (sweetbreads with morels, duck filet with orange, quails stuffed with grapes and figs).
Aspect: The effervescence shows very fine bubbles. The robe is of a beautiful old gold color. The wine is clear and shiny.
Nose: The first nose of a great finesse expresses the beautiful maturity of this wine. Delicately toasted aromas accompanied with a nice fruity profile (mirabelle, peach). In the end, a brioche touch.
Palate: The palate is delicate and of a great finesse. An elegant pastry character accompanied by a beautiful aromatic complicity combining fresh fruit (peach, mirabelle) and a note of dried fruits (almond).
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Created in 1890, the Robert Allais Champagne House has always been a family-shared passion. 5 generations of winegrowers have succeeded each other at the head of the estate with a single concern: the respect for the Champagne tradition and its terroir. Year after year, the Robert Allait Champagne House has been able to peacefully expand its vineyards to cover an area of 13 hectares spread over 6 villages in the Marne Valley. With this exceptional range of flavors provided by their vines, the Allait family produces champagnes with a stable and aromatic flavor. Aware that soil fertility is a quality to preserve, the Robert Allait family has been involved for several years in processes that reduce its ecological impact. The estate is certified by two prestigious labels, the HEV (High Environmental Value) and Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne. An external sign of Robert Allait champagne's commitment, these labels are above all a technical support to accompany the family towards biodynamic viticulture. The Allait family has a major stake in this because it is not only a question of reducing their carbon emissions, but also of considering wine production as a living organism in which every being, plant and animal, must be able to find their place. The richness of the Champagne hills has become a source of inspiration for the Robert Allait family and an invitation to the cellar master to discover new flavors. No less than 9 different cuvees have been produced from this intense work of aromatic research. They are all an invitation to discover the winegrower's champagne