The Domaine Tristan Hyest is the representation of the artisan vigneron par excellence, a small producer that carries on family traditions in the name of respect for the land and through a cultivation that uses natural methods by banishing any chemical approach.
A young company in which the latest generation represented by Tristan has entered since 2001 and began producing its cuvées in 2003.
From this young spirit innovative wines are born, with a strong personality in which the craftsmanship of small producers is savored.
The Blanc de Noirs Les Vignes de Trelou Extra Brut is among the innovative cuvées made by Tristan, and it is confirmed as a charming tasting experience but destined for the lucky few only for the 762 bottles produced.
To give life to this splendid Champagne are Meunier and Pinot Noir supplemented by the reserve wine of the two previous vintages.
Champagne that we could call joyful and with a marked freshness. Perfect on convivial occasions.
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Giallo paglierino luminoso.
Aromatico e minerale, caratterizzato da sentori di frutta a polpa bianca e da richiami ai lieviti da forno.
L'assaggio è fresco e vibrante, gradevole e lungo. Leggermente sapida la chiusura.
Ottimo se abbinato a preparazioni a base di pesce o crostacei, può accompagnare l'astice alla griglia.
40% Pinot Nero, 60% Pinot Meunier
0,75 L Standard
Perlage fine e persistente.
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Name: Tristan Hyest Address: Trélou-sur-Marne (France) Web Site: www.champagne-jjh.fr
Here are the values that have been passed me. Thanks to my father, who decided to learn the work of the vine and wine, I received, in addition, legacy requirement champagne.
From his experience in different vineyards, he took an indispensable expertise to its installation early 80's investment my parents and the desire to preserve this heritage prompted me to integrate the School of Viticulture.
It is in 1999 that I decided to join operations with will train me to my father and to acquire a solid experience.
In 2001, I had the opportunity to personally take over the vines and get replanting rights. Then in 2003, with a small holding of 2.5 ha, I decided to get into the development of my own vintages. creation of champagne that assume a style, a soil...