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DetailsDrink within 3 years of disgorgement.
Comprised of a blend of Pinot Noir (80%) and Chardonnay (20%). Only hand picked Grand and 1er Cru grapes were used to express this Platine Premier Cru Champagne.
You will find its light golden color charming and inviting as you watch the fine, close-packed beads swizzle their way up to tickle your nose as you inhale the intoxicating aromas wafting up from the flute. Toasted brioche, hazelnuts, and almonds, oak, stone fruits, ripe peach, and pear all present themselves in clean layers.
White peach explodes on the palate followed by oak and tertiary orchard fruits. This Champagne is light and crisp in all the right places; slightly sweet and seductively tangy minerality. Upon the first sip, it may appear almost too dry. Keep sipping to unlock the richness hidden deep in this Brut Platine 1er Cru.
Enjoy this Champagne chilled at 7°C. The dryness of this wine pairs particularly well with creamy cow or goat milk cheeses, fresh apples, pears, and stone fruits, cold meats, salads, fish and shellfish dishes, spicy Asian fare, and rice dishes.
Nicolas Maillart took control of the family winery in 2003 after completing studies in engineering and enology. The family history can be traced back to 1753, although there are documents suggesting the Maillart family has been in the vine-growing business since the 1500s. The Maillart family cultivates only Pinot Noir (75%) and Chardonnay (25%) grapes on their estate, maintaining the traditions of the Champagne region