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Blanc de Noirs

This champagne holds its own among Premier Cru, with the freshness and elegance that come from good stock.

A wine with a specific, defined signature. A valued asset in the Gardet line of champagnes and a reflection of the House’s savoir-faire.

Uniqueness of this Cuvée

Uniqueness of this Cuvée



Fine cuisine pairings

Fine cuisine pairings

Bottling & Shipping

Bottling & Shipping

This Blanc de Noirs is exclusively made out of grapes coming from Premier Cru vineyards, recognized for the superior quality of their fruit. Here they only come from the sole village of Hautvillers.

The village: Hautvillers is a Premier Cru village located nearby Epernay in the heights of the Vallée de la Marne, on its south-facing side. This place, notably its abbey, is known to be the birthplace of Champagne.

The blend: Different parcels across the village are blended to maintain consistency and balance from a harvest to another. It goes from vines located down the village close to the river, to higher spots bordering the forest.

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

COLOUR: Slightly pale yellow gold.

NOSE: Expressive and fluid. The fruity notes of grapes and red fruit (strawberry, raspberry) explode immediately.

PALATE: The aromas on the palate are consistent. Notes of fresh, stewed fruit (yellow and red fruit) and great liveliness. Powerful, round and fresh on the finish.

It’s a perfect accompaniment to foie gras, but also to other tempting dishes, such as duck with prunes, a platter of Iberian ham, or even a pizza with tomato and mozzarella di bufala.

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

Final closure (after disgorgement) : Traditional cork
Post-shipment cellaring: Ready to drink, can be
kept in cellar conditions for up to 3 years.

Dosage Brut: 8 g/L

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