About the Wine: Éclats is a blend of the three main grape varieties of Champagne, coming from selected terroirs. Chardonnay is the majority, then we find the black grape varieties (Pinot noir and Meunier) in equivalent shares. The juice used comes from the first 2 greenhouses. The 1st fermentation mainly takes place in undergrowth. Éclats is an extra-brut dosed at 5g/liter (reserve wine and cane sugar), aged for 70 to 80 months on slats.
Winemaker's Tasting Notes: The aromas of Éclats are rich in white fruits, citrus fruits, flowers and notes of almond and toast. It is recommended to taste it between 9 and 12 degrees to appreciate its creamy effervescence and lively freshness. Robust aromas complete the wine, with a lively and saline finish, offering refined complexity.
Serving Suggestion: Éclats goes well with foie gras as a starter, white meats accompanied by citrus fruits as a main course. And soft cheeses such as Langres, Livarot or Munster at the end of the meal.
Varietal: A blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.