Sanchez - Le Guédard
Sélection Blanc de Noirs
Vallée de la Marne - Cumières
Pinot Noir 60% Meunier 40%
Very beautiful Cuvée which presents itself as docile and tender and which subsequently reveals a rich and authentic character. A nice little "rascal", as well as a rarity in the world of brut without year in Champagne.
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Serving and food pairings
This Cuvée will be perfect at 8 degrees temperature in a slender flute. It will not fail to surprise your guests. As an aperitif or at the table it will go well with salty - sweet cuisine, as long as there is not too much fat. We will favor firm, even crisp, brittle textures.
The color of this Cuvée announces its origin. Soft pink in color, it whispers to us that black grapes are reaching out to us. The rather discreet effervescence does not disturb the message. It is a fresh and amazing visual presentation of personality.
The first nose is very delicate. It offers red fruits bursting with freshness such as redcurrant or strawberry. This first impression is accompanied by notes linked to the aging of wine in the cellar (breadcrumbs, almonds for example) and a hint of aniseed spice. After aerating, the whole fits very well in the flute.
The initial impact on the palate is rather supple but very quickly the effervescence, so discreet to the eye, reveals full of impetuosity. It is the one who gives the rhythm of the tasting, while the dosage in liquor and the body of the wine somehow temper the sparkling of the Cuvée. This balance generates a feeling of fluidity as well as a texture suggesting linen.
The finish, long (7 to 8 seconds) and warm, turns out to be tight, clean and tart. It leaves a refreshing feeling thanks to its hint of mineral bitterness.