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Extra Brut


This vintage 2015 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 2015 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: A mild, rainy autumn and a normal winter, with no heavy frosts. Rainy April followed by a drought from mid-May to August. Lots of sunshine, then lots of rain and cool weather from mid-August.


Start: Early, on 3 Sept. at Champagne Gardet.
Conditions:1st dekad, dry weather followed by a deluge of rain.
Characteristics: Excellent health and exceptional ripeness.

Summary: A warm year punctuated by good rainfall. Grapes of exceptional ripeness: high potential degrees and measured acidity.

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


COLOUR: Golden yellow, with fine, elegant bubbles.

NOSE: The first nose is very tasty, with aromas of white-fleshed fruit (juicy pear and white peach). This is followed by notes of delicate white flowers (jasmine and acacia), and finishes with more subtle notes of dragees and roasted hazelnuts.

PALATE: The palate is both fresh and creamy. The midpalate is full and delicious. Notes of lemon, brioche and then mineral follow to finish with elegant, lingering citrus zest aromas (lemon).

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 2015
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