A champagne for sharing. Reserve Tarlant is a safe bet when celebrating. Harmonious and balanced, it is a fine cuvee of winemaking authenticity.
Harvest: 2009 and reserve wines aged in oak barrels.
Grapes: 1/3 Chardonnay, 1/3 Pinot Meunier, 1/3 Pinot Noir
Terroirs: Chalk, Sparnacien (chalk mixed with clay), Sand and Limestone
Vinification: First fermentation in stainless
steel vats which are thermostatically controlled at each stage of fermentation.
Reserve wines aged in oak barrels.
Bottling: May 2010
Disgorging: See date on rear label. Manual
Dosage: 5.8 g/L
On the eye: Golden, with intense pearly mousse and plenty of finesse.
Nose: Sustained bouquet with scents of apple, peach and pear.
Mouth: The freshness of Chardonnay and the richness of the Pinot. The texture is supple and elegant.
Food & wine: This is a well balanced and spontaneous cuvee. This is the perfect champagne for cocktails, impromptu meals or obviously for little parties for friends. It will go with all sorts of food, such as warm toast with salmon or cold vegetable dips.