|Grape Varieties||Chardonnay 55%, Pinot Noir 45%|
|ABV (Alcohol By Volume)||12%|
Bunch selection is rigorous, to ensure that only the grapes with high sugar levels and low acidity are retained. These conditions are necessary to create a finished champagne that has the required balance without any dosage.
The ageing is long, lasting for at least four years.
Very pale and crystal-bright in color. Intense and complex on the nose, with a wide range of aromas, including citrus and white fruit and flowers, such as honeysuckle. The combined effect gives off an impression of freshness, much like ocean air. Airy and delicate, yet surprisingly long. Floral and fruit flavours combine with mineral notes to give a wine that is pure without being austere. The finish is long and leaves the palate clean.
Fish and seafood such as a clam chowder, and dishes made using white meat, such as a rabbit terrine, or poule au pot