Intenso con note di frutta secca come nocciole leggermente tostate.
Impatto iniziale fresco, finale lungo.
Aperitivo, pesce bianco come il merluzzo.
28% Chardonnay, 57% Pinot Nero, 15% Pinot Meunier
0,75 L Standard
2 anni in bottiglia. Deposto per almeno 3 mesi prima della vendita.
Vinificazione e pressatura lenta e delicata con tecniche di flusso gravitazione. Vinificazione in vasche d'acciaio inox a temperatura controllata con un periodo in botte per un determinato volume di vini di riserva.
Perlage fine e persistente.
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Name: Nicolas Maillart Address: Ecueil (France) Web Site: champagne-maillart.fr
Our family association with vine-growing can be traced back to 1753, when our ancestors grew vines in the neighbouring village of Chamery; although there is a document that suggests the tradition goes back even further, referring to a measure of vines in 1533 that was mapped out by Pierre Maillart, a sworn surveyor working in Chamery for Saint Nicaise abbey.
It is now the turn of the ninth generation to take the reins, in the form of Nicolas, who returned in 2003 after completing his studies in engineering and oenology. He is thus perpetuating an almost three hundred year-old tradition and maintains our house philosophy of bringing out the full potential of the Champagne terroirs in our wines.
Since 2009, we commit ourselves to a little more respect for the environment by building 130 square meters of photovoltaic panels, which represent a production equivalent to 90% of our consumption. Our carbon footprint is greatly reduced.