Presentation of the Blanc de Blancs
Champagne has a light, fluid, pale yellow-green color with bright yellow-green highlights and deep flutes. It is animated by bright bubbles that feed a persistent collar. The visual sensation announces a fresh and nuanced wine.
The first nose accurately evokes a sweet scent of acacia mixed with odors of stony chalk, heart of lemon, fresh grapes, raspberry. It evolves with aeration to notes of verbena, licorice Carensac, marshmallow, fresh rose with a creamier chalk. Further aeration reveals smells of sweet almond, fresh hazelnut, moist chalk, peppermint.
The approach in the palate is supple and fresh with a creamy and mellow effervescence. Champagne develops with a fruity substance reminiscent of white pome fruits and citrus fruits, supported by a delicate acidity and tense with lemony nuances. The mid-palate is orchestrated by a chalky minerality that gives elegance, elongation and a very pure limestone mineral resonance. The slender finish makes the aromas of fresh grapes, apple and pear vibrate, leaving an ultimate lemony sensation.