The blend: 100% Chardonnay the Côte des Blancs and the Clos des Goisses. First press juice exclusively Premier and Grand Cru plots.
Vinification: Vinified using traditional methods to avoid premature oxidation. Partial malolactic fermentation for the wines in vats and vinification without malolactic fermentation for the wines in wooden barrels. a n elegant wine that preserves a balance between freshness, floral aromas and vinosity. Extra brut dosage (4.25 g/litre) to preserve its original purity and distinction.
Aging: Aged for at least five to seven years to develop maximum complexity and to highlight the secondary and tertiary aromas which are the hallmark of extended aging on lees.
To the eye: Light gold with a lively, delicate froth.
With the nose: Great subtlety. Subtle aromas of white flowers and white-fleshed fruit. After breathing, notes of hazelnut and brioche develop.
With the mouth: Full and generous with a subtle, melting texture.
Pairing: Ideal as an aperitif. An excellent accompaniment to fish and shellfish (prawns and lobster, whether poached or served with white butter sauce). Serve at 6 to 8°C as an aperitif or at 9 to 11°C to accompany a meal.
Storing: Grand Blanc can be kept for at least five years. It will gain in roundness if kept in the right conditions in a cool dark cellar.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites