Aged on lees minimum 48 months before disgorgement.
Minimum ageing 5 years in bottles.
This champagne is an absolute delight with aperitif, or at the beginning of your meal with white fish or sea food. Minimum ageing 84 months in bottles.
The minimum ageing of 96 months in bottles brings a good length on the palate.
Served alone, this Champagne demonstrate a strong aromatic intensity. It will also delight your tastebuds accompanied by parmesan biscuits, an old, mature Comté cheese or a tender poultry and its Truffe flavored purée.
Served at around 10°C, this wine will go well with traditional gastronomic dishes such as a filet mignon of pork in a crust, or a sauté of veal with chanterelles.
It can be served as an after-dinner digestive, the base for a cocktail or sorbet or can be added to culinary preparations.