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Extra Brut


This vintage 2013 is modern and bold at the same time.

Pinot grapes burst out their mature fruitful aromas, while Chardonnay grapes showcase their minerality and a bright acidity. Made from a blend of one third Chardonnay and two thirds Pinot Noir, Champagne Millésime 2013 Extra-Brut is surprisingly fresh and mineral, making it the perfect guest for trendy brunches.

The Vintage

The Vintage



Fine cuisine pairings

Fine cuisine pairings

Bottling & Shipping

Bottling & Shipping

Weather: Cold winter and spring; unusually cool temperatures until the end of June; hot and sunny summer, with occasional thunderstorms; cool and humid in September.


Start: Late. Around October 1st in the Montagne de Reims.
Conditions: October is here, mild at the beginning then becoming colder.
Characteristics: Nice fruits resulting from a slow maturation.

Summary: A particularly cool year like Champagne do not see a lot anymore. Very qualitative, grapes are lively with a great sour side.

Optimal serving temperature between 8 to 10°C (46 to 50°F).


COLOUR: Brilliant golden yellow with fine, abundant bubbles.
NOSE: Notes of lemon and pastry (lemon meringue pie). Also yellow fruit (peach, apricot) and white flowers. There is a hint of herbs and gunflint.
PALATE: aromas of squeezed lemon develop on the palate, with a few notes of brioche and vanilla to round off the tasting. Aromas of white flowers and orange zest bring a mineral finish and a slight presence of tannins.

This Champagne can be served with canapés, finger food, or a cheese platter (aged Cheddar, Cantal and Mimolette). As a main course, it would be perfect with poultry cooked at a low temperature, langoustine ravioli, or a lobster nage with saffron sauce.

Bottling date: June 2014
Container types: bottles & magnums
Initial closure: crown cap

Final cork (after disgorgement):
Classic cork
Post-shipment cellaring: Ready to drink, can
be kept in cellar conditions for up to 5 years.

Dosage Extra Brut: 4 g/L

Pinot Noir