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Bruno Michel Champagne Assemblée Brut

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Son of one of the most important independent champagne winemakers, Bruno Michel is the head of a company that produces 90,000 bottles on a terroir that ended its conversion into organic in 2003.

Bruno Michel Cuvee Blanche Assemblies Brut was born in these lands, obtained from vinification of Pinot Meunier (60%) and Chardonnay (40%). A splendid product with a fine fragrance of spicy and fruity notes, soft flavor with hints of exotic fruit.

Barrel aging gives it a touch of woodiness that makes it truly enjoyable

SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO

Color

Giallo paglierino dorato.

Smell

Il profumo è fine ed elegante con note fruttate e speziate.

Taste

Il sapore è morbido e fresco con note di fiori bianchi e frutta esotica.

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Features

YEAR NV
VINES 55% Chardonnay, 45% Pinot Meunier
ALCOL 12.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION AOC Champagne
TEMPERATURE 6-8
LOCATION Pierry (France)
ANNUAL PRODUCTION 0
PERLAGE Perlage fine e persistente.

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Name: Bruno Michel Champagne
Start-up year: 1985
Cultivated hectares: 12
Address: Pierry (France)
Web Site: www.champagnebrunomichel.com

Bruno Michel is an organic winegrower and, above all, a lover of soil and vines. So it’s only natural that he started a vine nursery in the 1980s. Passionate about wine, he soon longed to grow the best grapes from his vines so that he could make his own champagnes. In 1985 Bruno Michel took up winemaking and founded an estate with his wife Catherine in Pierry, a few kilometers south of Epernay. Their 12-hectare vineyard is composed of over 35 parcels, planted with 50% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Meunier and the rest Pinot Noir. Their champagnes are made in the same village, in vaulted, limestone caves, which were excavated by Benedictine monks in the 18th Century. The caves offer a constant cool temperature and humidity, which allow the champagnes to age slowly in order to bring out their best aromas.