This rare jewel from Armand de Brignac is rooted in the terrior of Montagne de Reims, with the 100% Pinot Noir champagne crafted using exceptional fruit from some of the most iconic black grape villages in the region, such as Verzy, Verzenay, Chigny-les-Roses and Rilly-la-Montagne. The first assemblage – released in November 2015 – was a total release of less than 3,000 bottles for the world. It is a trio of vintages; 2006, 2008 & 2009.
Peach, apricot and red berry aromas are followed by crystalized citrus, orange blossom and hints of brioche. The palate has power and vinosity that reveal fresh red fruits, hints of mint and a very light toastiness.
Pair this Blanc de Noirs as you would a red Burgundy; glazed duck breast, roasted pork tenderloin and oven baked salmon fillet.
Champagne Armand de Brignac is a range of prestige cuvées that offer uncompromising quality and taste, crafted by 11th generation champagne growers, the Cattier family. Drawing upon more than 250 years of experience in the region, the father and son winemaking team dedicate intense attention to detail in the creation of the Armand de Brignac champagnes. They source fruit from the vineyards showing the highest quality of the harvest, taking solely the first and freshest portion of the cuvée press and blending a unique trio of vintages for each assemblage.
Each metalized bottle is finished by hand, with the application of French pewter labels, polished, and housed in a wooden lacquered gift box, ensuring every single bottle is unique. A small and highly skilled team of just 14 people touch a bottle of Armand de Brignac, from pressing the fruit to the bottle’s departure from the cellars in France.
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