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Champagne Blanc de Noirs Brut
Fabulous Champagne with incredible intensity: fresh and fragrant, it is exceptional for the finesse of its bubbles.
A winemaker's Champagne, a Blanc de Noirs with silver reflections! Treat your guests during the aperitif or meal with this Champagne de Vignerons at a price defying all competition for a wine of this quality. Producer harvesting manipulator: Michel Guilleminot
A Champagne Blanc de Noirs that will be a superb choice in terms of value for money for an event or more simply a moment of pleasure;
Traditional method (Champagne), grape varieties: Pinot Noir exclusively, made by a producer harvesting manipulator : Michel Guilleminot in Channes on the Côte des Bars.
The blendis composed of about 80% of wines from the harvest and 20% of the year of reserve wines.
Its color is clear and shiny and reveals slight silver and gold reflections.
The first very expressive nose, typical of the Pinot Noir grape variety, reveals slightly floral notes. The palate is ample and round while maintaining an expressive character.
The fresh and elegant finish reveals notes of fresh fruit.
Ideal as an aperitif and for your chosen moments.
This champagne is also available in half, magnum and Jeroboam. Methuselah and other vials are only available to order.
Operating temperature: 6 to 8°
Le Bourguignon offers you this Cheap champagne at a reduced selling price from 6 bottles
mets & vins
Crémant de Bourgogne : Apéritifs salés, Tourtes aux légumes ou à la volaille, Crabes, Gambas, Entremets, Dessert aux fruits rouges, Brownies et tartes au chocolat, Tartes aux pommes ou poires, Glaces et Sorbet
Type of Wine
Traditional Champagne Method
6 to 8 degrees
Michel Guilleminot - Champagne
Since the beginning of the twentieth century, the Guilleminot family has been working and cultivating vines.
The grapes must be picked by hand and crushed at low pressure in order to retain all their qualities. The wort is then put in vats and clarified. Alcoholic fermentation can begin.
By choice of the estate, the champagne does not undergo malolactic fermentation: The latter slightly deacidifies the wine but weighs down the aromas.