The form of the badge at the bottle dates back from Henry V and is likely one of the rare Purple Champagnes obtained via maceration which supplies its outstanding flavour.
10 other crus originate from probably the most gorgeous spaces of Champagne; Ambonnay, Bouzy, Louvois and Excursions sor Marne.
Maturation takes at least 4 years and disgogement is performed manually.
100% Pinot Noir, a salmony color, frank and contemporary at the nose with a big array of small purple berries.
The fruit is dominant within the mouth with first impressions being very acidulous and frank and will have to be served at between 8-10 degrees and will accompany chicken, younger cheeses and fruit cakes.
Intensely fruity flavours, blank, smartly-outlined and quite sharp