Composition: 70 % Pinot Noir/30 % Chardonnay
Age of the vines: 15-20 years
Production: 10 000 kg/ha
Press: Traditional press of Champagne <Coquard> with a capacity of 4 000 kilos.
Bottle size: 75 cl, 150 cl
75% in enamelled tanks with thermo regulation for fermentation temperature control.
25% in oak barrels.
Malolactic fermentation: yes
Bottled: May 2001, with cork
Potential alcohol degree: 12
Residual sugar: 5.4 g/L
Total acidity H2SO4: 4.90 g/L
Free acidity: 0.36 g/L
Total SO2: 52 mg/L
Free SO2: 6 mg/L
Certified Ecocert, Demeter and Biodyvin
Gold Medal AMPHORE 2011 & AWC VIENNA 2011, Silver Medal 2013
Dussert-Gerber Wine Guide 2014 p.391
“The 2000 is full of subtlety of aromas, of a beautiful golden hue, with scents of very ripe fruit, with notes of lime blossom and apricot, of distinguished mouth with creamy and persistent nuances. »
The guide to the best wines of France 2014 p.373
“Champagne with fine bubbles, dense texture and mature flavors of fruit and chalk. »
FLAVORS Winter 2011 special edition “The best of Christmas”
“This 2000 vintage without dosage presents an airy nose, focused first on citrus fruits, then which rounds out with aeration towards more complex notes of sweet spices of honey…we like the creamy, ample mouth. which is refined in length to tighten on the straightness, as well as the tense side, very elegant. »
Point. December 7, 2011. By Jacques Dupont
17/20. Extra gross 2000
“Brioche, melted butter, moist stone, bread, fresh mouth, greedy, lively, creamy and refined at the same time, long, ripe today. »
Le Rouge & le Blanc N° 100 spring 2011 16/20 2000 extra brut 70% pinot noir 30% chardonnay.
“On the nose, fine notes of fresh lemon and grapefruit zest. Pure and mineral palate from attack to finish. A crystalline, elegant and dynamic champagne, with a beautiful density. »