Blanc de Blancs. Brut. France. Elegant and lively, it is made from Pinot Noir (70%) and Chardonnay (30%) grapes. Pleasantly fresh, it is excellent as an aperitif or to accompany dishes that are not too savory.
0.75 L bottle. Champenoise method (Classic), Alcohol 12.5 ° Permanence in yeasts 24 months Dosage 8 grams / liter
The Terroir: Beaune - Cote D'Or - Vineyards in Haute Cote de Beaune and Cote de Nuits. The producer was born in 1890 and today produces about 75,000 bottles a year. Pierre Ponnelle was the first grape selector and trader in Burgundy and for his sparkling wines he uses only Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes. The aging cellars of the company are located in the basement of the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Beaune, formerly the oenological heritage of the Cistercian monks, now owned by the Maison.