The prestige that a year brings
A Champagne to make the best years all the better
Toasted (bread, biscotte) and roasted (coffee, cocoa) flavours and aromas can be noted.
Various families of aromas come across: fruity (fresh, dried, etc.), floral, spicy, etc.
Citrus, red or yellow fruits, whether fresh or candied, may come to the fore.
This profile includes notes of vanilla, pepper and cinnamon.
Tertiary aromas are dominant: dried fruits, nuts, spices, toast.
Various families of flavours come across: fruity (fresh, dried, etc.), floral, spicy, etc.
The concentrated aromas and flavours mean they are easily perceptible.
The aromas and flavours are rich, forthcoming and easily detectable.
The profile is dense and generous, with a full and lingering sensation on the palate.
For what sort of occasions?
Reunions with old friends
To celebrate the arrival of a newborn, it’s the ideal Champagne to mark the occasion!