Tarlant Père & Fils Champagne Brut Tradition Champagne
The Tarlant Brut Tradition is a cuvée of 56% Pinot Noir, 39% Pinot Meunier and 5% Chardonnay. The base wines mature partially in wooden barrels. They are riping on the lees for four to five years, which is very long for a non-vintage champagne. These are the numbers, but how about the feeling? Well, this is the perfect bottle to hang on the couch - hedonistic, powerful, but never too opulent. In the nose an autumnal bakery with baked apple, fresh yeast dough, nuts and spices. A mature style, but with a lot of freshness. Because at some point you'll have to get up from the couch again. And be it, to get yourself another bottle.
Bottler: Tarlant Père & Fils, 21 Rue de la Coopérative, 51480 Œuilly, France
Note: Image may differ from original in shape and color. No liability is assumed for the above information. Only the information on the respective product packaging is binding. Please check these in individual cases.
Pinot Noir/Spätburgunder, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier | Product of France
This product contains on average:
|Nutrition Facts||per 100g|