The small producers of Champagne are a world to explore where work, passion and respect for the territory give life to an exceptional combination from which precious Champagne are born.
An example of these artisan vigneron is Tristan Hyest at the helm of his young and innovative Domaine. A small reality in the Marne Valley that offers unique tasting experiences outside of traditional schemes.
Champagne La Grapillere Rosé Extra Brut 2009 comes out of the box with its antique pink color and impresses with its finesse and elegance.
FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER 49 EURO
Il naso è orchestrato su note vive di frutta, intervallate da rimandi agli agrumi e sentori minerali; sul finale emergono poi anche nuances di lieviti.
In bocca è di buon corpo, elegante, profondo nel muoversi con un sorso lungo e croccante, rotondo e fasciante al palato grazie a un'ottima cremosità.
Un rosè da abbinare con piatti di pesce e crostacei.
45% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Nero, 15% Pinot Meunier
0,75 L Standard
PLANTS FOR HECTARE
Perlage fine e persistente.
There are no reviews for this wine yet. Let us know your opinion!
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...