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Blend: 45% Chardonnay, 10% Pinot Noir, 45% Pinot Meunier (20 % reserve wines)
Dosage: 2 g/l
This Champagne is no exception to the rule when it comes to long lees maturation, the signature style of the House of Castelnau. This cuvée is the result of much research to find a refined balance between maturity and freshness.
Chardonnay reins amongst the sublime fruit of the two red grapes. Delicate grilled notes evolve into aromas of smoky
wood and sweet spice. The palate maintains a tantalising finesse that shows good depth and flavours of dried fruit including apricots and
The small dosage showcases the authenticity and complexity of the blend thanks to 7 years aging on the lees and finishes with moreish layers of candied lemon and honeyed characters.
Food matching: This delicate Champagne is perfect to pair with canapés, such as prawn tempura or scallop croquettes; or if with a meal then with sole or lightly sautéed veal sweetbreads.