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Millesime 1998​



Softness and Intensity

Variety : 36% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir, 34% Pinot Meunier


Crus : Châtillon-sur-Marne, Le Breuil, Binson-Orquigny


Ageing : 1st alcoholic fermentation only in thermoregulated vats and in big oak barrels followed by malolactic fermentation


Ageing : only of year 1998


Dosage : 3.0 g/L

Yellow-green colour, orange-coloured, with fine and abundant bubbles

A powerful and intense nose, lemony, caramel and ripe and some floral notes

A seductive mouth and nice length, nervous and fruity, with aromas citrus and some notes of white fruits

The wine is well suited for aperitifs, as an accompaniment to oysters (even hot), or cheeses aged with hard paste



Gault Millau : 88 “flowery and sour”




Revue des Vins de France: “straight, full of power, attractive mouth, pears in syrup”


Gault Millau: 88 “fruit associated with freshness, pure cuvée”




Revue des Vins de France: “honey-flavoured aromas, partially aged in barrels”


Decanter: 4* “Very Rich, full style”


Cuisines et Vins de France: ”Notes of dried fruits, nice length”




Le monde 2: “golden dress, ripe nose, full-bodied”


Revue des Vins de France: “strong and fresh”


Guide Hachette 2014: it gets 1 star ”round and fresh, and also slightly toasted”.


Bronze medal at the 2013 Féminalise contest

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