The nose offers aromas of grilled apples, pears and nuts, accompanied by anise and dried roses, adding complexity. Dry and persistent to the palate, this champagne offers refreshing notes of wild berries and a hint of sanguine orange. Fiercely racy, this “white from dark grapes” with fine bubbles and a light golden color brings us to a very beautiful and pleasant finish.
BLANC DE NOIRS
Pride of place must go to beef and duck, whether grilled, roasted or slow-cooked in a stew. To make them even more divine, add a distinctive pinch of ‘hot’ spices or herbs (black, grey or white pepper, coriander, chervil, parsley …).
100% first press juice
$ 33.30 -
36 months aging on the lees, 12 months after disgorgement,
100% Pinot Noir
|Awards and recognition||
89 Robert Parker – 91 Wine Enthusiast – 90 Wine Spectator
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Food pairing notes
Grilled Angus beef with black pepper
Advice from the winemaker
My Blanc de noirs Champagne and mushrooms -ceps, morels and truffles – always go well together, revealing a host of tastes and aromas.
Find this bottle at:
La Réserve de Beaulieu- 5* Hotel and Restaurant 1* Michelin – French Riviera