Champagne made of 50% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Meunier.The traditional assembly of this cuvée includes at least 25 different wines, including 20% of reserve wines and aged for three years in the cellars.
The color is obtained from the pressoir blacks bunches with small berries calledgrains de Demoiselles60% and 40% Chardonnay. Nose: fruit gratin, apricot, fresh figs, currants, candied citrus. Palate: mandarin crème of red fruits, raspberry finale with a hint of bergamot.
Thisvintage sparkling FranciacortaIt is obtained with the slow second fermentation in the bottle of Pinot and Chardonnay grape must selected, harvested in vineyards in Borgonato Cortefranca (Franciacorta): is vintage and guaranteed DOCG
The Cuvée Saint-Pétersbourg was created by 'Pinot Noir assembly, which predominates, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier.A great Champagne, in tribute to the courage and character of Madame Clicquot in 1814 despite the global war managed to deliver his Champagne in Russia.
40% Chardonnay 55% Pinot Noir 5% Pinot Meunier. Gold-colored wine with golden reflections, with a fresh, harmonious and round flavor, enriched by aromas of pear, dried fruit (hazelnuts, almonds), white flowers, sweet, the nose is fine and fruity. p>
100% Chardonnay. Ruinart Blanc de Blancs is one of the most prestigious Champagnes in the world, often referred to by the French themselves as the highest expression of the production area, also strong in an ancient history that makes the Ruinart house one of the most renowned Maison in France.
The Cuvée Saint-Pétersbourg comes from the blending of Pinot Noir, which predominates, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. A great Champagne, in homage to the courage and character of Madame Clicquot in 1814 despite the world war managed to have her Champagne delivered to Russia./ p>
The Clos des Goisses is the flagship of the Philipponnat house. Strongly pinot noir (70%) is completed by Chardonnay (30%). On the palate, after a wide and powerful attack, we discover a wide, rich, dense wine with a creamy consistency. The finish is long, with notes of fruit in the brandy. A great gastronomic champagne.
Brut Tradition - Grand Cru: 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay, of which about 50% with reserve wines. Natural fermentation without yeast added, using only indigenous yeasts. Firstélevageon the lees it lasts about a year without burning the stages; the wine is clarified slowly as you did 50 years ago. Bottling without filtration nor fining.Dosage3/4 g / l.
100% Pinot Meunier, of which 20% with reserve wines. Always the same vinification processes, but the originality of this one cuvée em>comes from the fact that it is composed solely of Pinot Meunier from old vines (therefore there is no blending with other vines). The grapes come exclusively from the vineyards of Vrigny, a municipality classified as Premier Cru since 2003.Dosage2/3 g / l. p>