Exuberant, rich,
a wine dedicated
to high level
and meditation


100% chardonnay

Free of malocatic fermentation

To preserve freshness & aromas complexity

Long ageing in cellar

Over 60 months
+ 6 months after disgorgement.
Fermentation in 50% oak barrel

Tasting notes

Visual : Clear and limpid, crystalline with green reflects.

Nose : Full of freshness with a nice complexity and quite a maturity. Notes of white fruits such as apples and pears.

Mouth : Very rich, greedy champagne with honey notes. High potential for ageing and become a lovely refine champagne.

Food pairing

Wild roasted turbot fish, salty butter, candied artichokes, green apples, candied lemon, sea food and small capers.

Like all grand wines, this champagne should not be drunk too cold. Temperature recommended is around 10 degrees.


• Guide Gilbert & Gaillard : 90/100.
• Wine Enthusiast 2013 : 91/100.
• Wine Spectator 2013 : 89/100.
• One star in the guide Hachette 2013.
• Gold medal Wine & Spirit International competition (London) 2012.
• Gold medal Mundus vini (Germany) 2012.