This Coteau Champenois signed Xavier Alexandre is a fruity and spicy red wine.
The Coteaux Champenois are non-sparkling wines, traditionally produced in the Champagne region. They are produced in very small quantities by rare wine growers.
This cuvée signed Xavier Alexandre Champagne is 100% vinified from Pinot Meunier.
It is a fruity wine with cherry notes and slightly tannic. The 10 months of aging in oak barrels have brought surprising notes of licorice and pepper.
Perfectly enjoyable on its own, we would recommend it with an Italian charcuterie platter, a coq-au-vin, or a platter of mature cheeses.
An extremely exclusive wine produced at only 390 units a year!
Aspect: Calm and unctuous aspect, a sumptuous garnet red color with tiled reflections.
Nose: Complex expression of aromas of sour cherry, red fruits jams, smoked and dark chocolate.
Palate: Supple, silky attack, marked by notes of cherry, and in the end a tannic and structured framework on notes of liquorice, crushed peppers.
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The Xavier Alexandre House was founded in 1933 and is located in Courmas, a lovely village west of the Reim Mountain. This family business of harvester-handlers makes wines that truly express the uniqueness of the terroirs from which they come.
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