Brut Blanc de Noirs
Cédric Bouchard Roses de Jeanne
Condizioni: bottiglia perfettamente conservata.
Robert Parker-The Wine Advocate
Officially non-vintaged but based on 2015, the NV Blanc de Noirs "Côte de Val Vilaine" (2015) is pure Pinot Noir sourced from a south-facing 1.41-hectare plot planted in Polisy in 1974. The wine is kept in the cellar for 34 to 36 months before the disgorgement, and the pressure (kept at 4.5 bar) is rather gentle since Cédric doesn't like bubbles that much, as he admitted during the tasting. The 2015 is very clear, pure, fresh and aromatic on the nose, offering red berries along with complex limestone flavors. The palate is clear, dry, pure, fine and complex, representing a great mix of perfectly ripe and precise fruit flavors along with complex minerality. The finish is very clean, dry, fresh and pure but also very long and shows remarkable finesse. 5,000 bottles made. Tasted April 2018.