Marie Copinet Blanc de Blanc Brut Nature
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Chalk soils have long been considered one of the key resources enabling the Champagne region to produce such intense and refined wines. Aiming to highlight this relationship, Andre Clouet have released a new wine in their range further dialling up the crisp and salty flavours so prevalent in wines from these chalk rich soils. As a 100% Chardonnay cuvee, this initial release of "Chalky" is entirely from the outstanding 2013 vintage, with vineyard sources one third from the southern slopes of the Montagne de Reims, and two thirds on the Cote de Blancs. After pressing, fermentation takes place in small stainless steel tanks before being aged for seven years in the bottle, disgorged early in 2021 with 6g/L dosage. Expect a lively, salty, mineral inflected wine that is a perfect aperitif or wine to drink alongside fresh oysters.
It’s chalked up two hundred million years of minerality – are you ready to taste?
Disgorgement in spring 2021
Dosage – Extra Brut = 6g
Blending of wines from the 2013 harvest – 7 years of aging in the cellar
Varietal: 100% Chardonnay