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Charles Gardet

Blanc de Blancs

The best Chardonnays are selected to come constitute a perpetual reserve, or "Solera", from which we draw each year to bottle this prestigious Charles Gardet Blanc de Blancs.

This is a fine, tense and brilliant champagne, seeking the perfect balance between freshness, minerality and maturity.

A perpetual reserve

A perpetual reserve



Fine cuisine pairings

Fine cuisine pairings

Bottling & Shipping

Bottling & Shipping

This Blanc de Blancs is made out of a Chardonnay blend from different villages and different vintages, aged (before bottling) with the technique of a perpetual reserve, or “Solera”.


  • Solera: It consists in a wine reserve in stainless-steel tank from which  25% is taken out each year to constitute 75% of this Blanc de Blancs. The year’s new Chardonnays come replace the wine taken out. This “Solera” was started in 2016 on a beginning base of the 4 preceding vintages.


  • Year’s wine: The Chardonnay selection from the latest harvest. One part is to complete the other 25% of this cuvée, the other part goes to refilling the 25% taken out from the Solera.

Optimal serving temperature is between 6 and 8°C (43 to 46°F).


COLOUR: Lemon yellow with silver highlights.
NOSE: Very pleasant, with hints of toast and almond opening up to fruitier aromas such as yellow stone fruit (peach, apricot, nectarine), citrus fruit (squeezed orange, zest) and a floral touch (elderberry, lime blossom).
PALATE: Very smooth, fresh and mineral. Fruit aromas (yellow peach, orange, lemon) and notes of vanilla, hazelnut and toast coat your palate. The finish is very floral.

With its toasty, almond notes and fruity aromas, it’s perfect with fish and exotic fruit ceviche with lime, pike with a beurre blanc sauce, a sushi or seafood platter, or lobster with a lemon butter sauce.

Bottling period: March
Container sizes: bottles
Initial closure: crown cap

Final closure (after disgorgement):
Diam technology cork.


Transport and storage: Clear glass makes the
wine more sensible to light. It is crucial to
leave the bottle in its box, away from light,
in order to preserve its qualities.


Post-shipment cellaring: Ready to drink, can
be kept in cellar conditions for up to 5 years.

Dosage Brut: 6 g/L