Made from a split of Pinot Noir and Meunier vines planted in 1965 by Elise Bougy’s grandparents, coming from a homonymous parcel (Lieu-dit) in Premier Cru Les Mesneux village in Montagne de Reims. The land is cultivated using biodynamic principles, with the parcel composite of silt of chalk, silt, and fine sands. The grapes experience Southeastern exposure. The champagne does not undergo any filtration or clarification, benefitting from a lack of intervention in the fermentation process and aging in the barrel for 7 months.
Lusciously fruity, juicy, tactile, and almost full-bodied – this champagne is something to behold. Yellow plum, forest berries, apple, cranberry, and quince emerge and mingle with vanilla cream; then finishing with a wondrously dry and long-lasting aroma of biscuit, dried apple, nougat, and spiced berries. Recommended alongside a creamy, rich, and fragrant coconut Thai curry!