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THE MODERNS &

ESSENTIALS

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GASTRONOMICS

PRESTIGIOUS

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LES VINTAGES 

EMBLEMATIC

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WINES &

SPIRITS

OBSERVATION, LISTENING & PATIENCE

ARE THE MASTER WORDS

Observation, listening and patience are the key words for the development of great Champagnes wines.

 

It is by starting by resonating our wine-growing practices that we have changed our whole vision and our cultural practices.

 

We like to work with the earth, to touch it, to feel it and above all to listen to it. We feed her every year with fermented extracts and 5 clover essences to provide her with all the nutrients she needs.

 

Light scratching is also carried out every other row in some plots and 2 out of 6 rows for others between the vines and the rows in order to regulate the vegetation and promote good microbial functioning in the soil.

 

In order to promote biodiversity as well as the beauty of our landscapes, we have installed many hedges and small shrubs to revive our plots.

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CHAMPAGNES WITHOUT MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION, WITHOUT BONDING, CERTIFIED HIGH ENVIRONMENTAL VALUE

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PRESTIGIOUS GASTRONOMICS

 
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GRANDE RÉSERVE 2002 - 2005

Whether 2000 or 2005, the range of Grande Réserve vintages is the result of exceptional years. An incredible delicacy coupled with an extreme freshness thanks to the absence of malolactic fermentation, makes its wines gastronomic champagnes par excellence.

Adorned with a beautiful honey yellow color, you will be won over by its aromas of stewed yellow fruits, almonds and candied apricots. A generous and smooth palate that will seduce you and transport you to the complex world of precious nectars. The 2000 will be more evolved with notes of prunes and candied apricots.

Blend: 75% Pinot Noir, 25% Chardonnay

Terroir: Essoyes - Soil: Clay and limestone

Age of vines: Over 30 years old, facing south

Vinification: without malolactic fermentation, 100% stainless steel tank

Aging : minimum 180 months in the cellar - Year 2002 or 2005

Food & Champagne pairings:

Cheese platter (Comté, Chaource, bleu d'Auvergne, maroille, reblochon ...), duckling, red tuna, pigoenneaux, ham on the bone, matured meats, refined cold cuts, stew, sauerkraut.

2000: Gold medal at the Vinalies Internationales & Nationales Gold medal at the International Wine Challenge

2005: Mentioned in the Guide Hachette 2018

Silver medal at the Vinalies Nationales 2017

The packaging and labels are 100% recycled, 100% Made in France and 100% FSC.

 
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MILLÉSIME 2002

An exceptional year which gave birth to an equally exceptional vintage.

 

Its aged gold color will take you to floral flavors blending candied citrus, caramel and pastries. The smoothness of its mouth will make you travel with indulgence in the privileged world of intense tasting.

 

A vintage which still retains all its freshness despite these 18 years spent in the darkness of our cellars.

Blend: 75% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Noir

Terroir: Essoyes - Soil: Clay and limestone

Age of vines: Over 40 years old, facing south

Vinification: without malolactic fermentation, 100% stainless steel tank

Aging : minimum 216 months in the cellar - Year 2002

Food & Champagne pairings:

Farm poultry in sauce, Blanquette of veal, pot-au-feu, Potée Champenoise, sweetbreads, pork tenderloin with porcini mushrooms, cheese platter (Cantal, brie de Meaux, Chaource, morbier ...)

2000: Gold medal at the 2013 International Vinalies Competition

The packaging and labels are 100% recycled, 100% Made in France and 100% FSC.

 
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MILLÉSIME ROSÉ DE SAIGNÉE 2011

Discover our vintage Rosé de saignée 2008 and let yourself be carried away in a complex world with round and gourmet aromas, on notes of strawberries, cherries and currants, liquorice and figs accompanied by subtle floral touches.

On the nose, aromas of candied strawberries and cherries in alcohol generously caress your curiosity which will undoubtedly encourage you to try the experience again.

Blend: 20% Chardonnay, 80% Pinot Noir

Manual sorting, maceration for 3 days in a vinimatic tank

Terroir: Essoyes - Soil: Clay and limestone

Age of vines: Over 30 years old, facing south

Vinification: without malolactic fermentation, 100% stainless steel tank

Aging : minimum 144 months in the cellar - Year 2008

Food & Champagne pairings:

Chaource delicacies, sweet / savory macaroons, strawberry, strawberry pie, fruit salad, sour cherry pie, panna cotta, fresh goat cheese ...

The packaging and labels are 100% recycled, 100% Made in France and 100% FSC.

 
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THE ESSENTIAL MODERNS

 
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LA CUVÉE DES FILLES

A youthful spirit and sparkling notes of limes and mandarins with nuances of pitaya mingling in a tasty marriage with brioche notes.

A sweet tumult of life and the effervescence of the joy of living.

Blend: 50% pinot blanc - 50% chardonnay

Terroir: Essoyes and Fontette (clay-limestone)

Year: 2015 vintage (not claimed)

Vinification: without malolactic fermentation, 100% stainless steel tank

Aging : 4 years min. aging in the cellar

Food & Champagne pairings:

Scallops, white fish in sauce, white meats with a slightly lemon sauce, seafood stew or for dessert with a citrus pie for example.

Silver medal at the Challenge des Vinalies Internationales 2018

Silver medal at the Challenge International - Blaye Bourg 2018

Silver medal at the Challenge Nationales des Vinalies in 2014

Sold separately with its case.

From an operation certified High Environmental Value & HACCP standardization since 2015.

 

LE BRUT NATURE

The fruit of crystalline purity gives way to a freshness with lemony nuances, vine peaches and kumquats.

A personality without artifice, raised in the secrecy of our cellar, this gem is dedicated to lovers of pure sensations.

Blend: 40% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Blanc

Terroir: St-Usage, Fontette and Essoyes

Type of soil: clay-limestone

Vinification: without malolactic fermentation, 100% stainless steel tank

Aging : minimum 3 years in the cellar

Dosage: 0g / l

Food & Champagne pairings:

Seafood, lobster, langoustine, white tuna, scallop carpaccio, white fish, oysters, salmon gravlax ...

The perfect companion for your seafood platters.

Selected by Mr. Jacques Dupont in 2019

Selected by the Veron Champagne Wines Guide in 2018

Issu d’une exploitation certifiée Haut Valeur Environnementale & en normalisation HACCP depuis 2015.

 
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LES VINTAGES EMBLEMATIQUES

 
 
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LA CARTE BLANCHE

Emblematic cuvée of our terroir, this 100% Pinot Noir magnificently represents the expession of our Barsequanais hillsides.

Mixture of refreshing and tasty yellow fruits, explosive and lemony.

On the nose, you will find notes of orange blossom and jasmine. A Champagne that will seduce you with its personality.

 

A surprising lightness and an invigorating delicacy.

Blend: 100% Pinot Noir

Terroir: Fontette, St usage, Essoyes, Champignol-lez-Mondevilles

Soil: Clay and limestone

Vinification: without malolactic fermentation, 100% stainless steel tank

Aging : minimum 27 months in the cellar

Food & Champagne pairings:

Gougère, pannacota with parmesan and its citrus jelly, paté en croute, poultry, rabbits ...

The ideal companion for your aperitifs and dinner cocktails.

Gold Medal Melbourne International Wine Competition 2017

Gold Medal Melbourne International Wine Competition 2016

Gold medal at the Challenge International de Blaye Bourg 2016

Awarded 2 stars in the Guide Hachette des vins in 2015

From an operation certified High Environmental Value & HACCP standardization since 2015

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CUVÉE RENOIR & CARTE VERTE

A nose where the hazelnut will flirt with the acacia flower then the nuances of lily which will mingle with the red fruits to give way to a palate so nicely lemony and suave.

Cuvée Renoir: A tribute to the painter Renoir who knew how to immortalize these moments of happiness, but also these landscapes near the vineyard. Like a work selected and associated with this painting for its freshness and harmony, taste this happiness lip service.

Blend: 50% Chardonnay, 50% Pinot Noir

Terroir: Fontette, St usage, Essoyes

Soil: Clay and limestone

Vinification: without malolactic fermentation, 100% stainless steel tank

Aging: minimum 36 months in the cellar

Food & Champagne pairings:

Ribs on the bone, lemony white meats, red tuna, stuffed tomatoes, stuffed quail, ham on the bone, hot oysters, salmon sushi, roast veal and its tender potatoes.

Silver medal at the Allwines Challenge in Hong Kong in 2018

Bronze medal for Challenge International Blaye Bourg in 2017

Gold Medal Challenge Melbourne Internal Competition 2017

Gold medal at the Allwines Hong-Kong Challenge in 2017

Listed in the Guide Hachette des Vins in 2017

 
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ROSÉ DE SAIGNÉE

With reflections of bright pink and English red, a treat with notes of cherries, tangy raspberries and wild strawberries. We are in the world of a delicacy "a strawberry plant with citrus notes and its red fruit coulis".

 

A rosé champagne that you want to eat, an additional temptation adorned with a pink silk dress that will take you to the land of Hansel and Gretel.

Blend: 80% Pinot Noir - 20% Chardonnay

Terroir: Fontette, St usage, Essoyes

Soil: Clay and limestone

Vinification: without malolactic fermentation, by maceration

Aging : minimum 42 months in the cellar

Food & Champagne pairings:

Strawberry, raspberry, fruit salad, duck with orange ...

The ideal companion for your aperitifs and brunches

Silver medal Melbourne International Wine Competition 2016

One star in the Guide Hachette 2013

Bronze medal at the Vinalies Nationales 2012

Silver medal at the Vinalies Nationales 2011

Silver medal at Vinalies Internationales 2011

From an operation certified High Environmental Value & HACCP standardization since 2015

 
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WINES & SPIRITS

 
 
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VIEUX RATAFIA CHAMPENOIS

True treasure in its case, this ratafia has more than 20 years of waiting in our cellars to be discovered in its most beautiful elegance for your greatest pleasure.

 

With a magnificent orange color with copper reflections, its warm and generous mouth is a discovery of candied fruit with nuances of cinnamon, cocoa and almond stones mingling with scents of rare wood and macerated grapes.

 

Imagine yourself on a childhood trip to a confectionery, sometimes it is so easy to define such a complex product.

Blend: 100% Pinot Noir

Alcoholic volume: 18% vol.

Soléra method

Aged in barrels for 3 to 4 years.

Aging in cellar: min. 200 months

Mets & Ratafia pairings:

Sweet and fruity, to serve as an aperitif, with a melon, a foie gras or with a cheese platter (aged Comté, truffled brie, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, fresh goat cheese ...), or quite simply as a digestif.

From an operation certified High Environmental Value & HACCP standardization since 2015

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VIEUX MARC CHAMPENOIS

A treasure with old gold colors and reflections. A pleasant surprise to discover such a greedy nose. Imagine holding a bunch of freshly squeezed grapes blending aromas of prunes and nuts, but also currants.

Let it air out at room temperature, it will reveal its sensual nose of candied fruit and caramel with nuances of Bourbon de Tahiti vanilla on a cocoa finish.

Obtained thanks to the distillation of the marc (seeds, grape skin and stalk) after pressing, it is then kept in oak barrels for 5 years to obtain nice caramel and fruit notes.

Quail flambéed with marc de Champagne:

4 beautiful quails

100g smoked bacon

20 cl of old marc de Champagne

1 tbsp of olive oil and 20g of butter

2 sprigs of thyme, 1 bay leaf,

A few juniper berries and currants

20 cl of sour cream

Salt and pepper the inside of the quails and cut them open.

Heat the oil and butter in a sauté pan then put the quails to brown on each side.

Detail the breast in the sauté pan, let everything come back a little and sprinkle with old marc, then flambé.

Flavor them with herbs, berries and grapes.

Simmer over low heat, covered, for 20 minutes. then add the cream. It's ready !

 
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COTEAUX CHAMPENOIS ROUGE 2018

Made from grapes from the Champagne appellation from the most beautiful hillsides where the vines will give the best of their expression.

 

This red wine is characterized by a bouquet of cherries and sour cherries with hints of elderberry and liquorice. The palate leaves a pleasant feeling of lightness.

 

It is made from the first cuvée in order to give it a beautiful aromatic power of quality.

Blend: 100% Pinot Noir

Alcoholic volume: 12% vol.

Carbonic maceration

Vintage: 2018

Mets & Ratafia pairings:

To be served with white meat, white fish or with a cheese platter (aged Comté, truffled brie, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, fresh goat cheese ...), or quite simply as a digestif.

From an operation certified High Environmental Value & HACCP standardization since 2015

 
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A RANGE OF CHAMPAGNE

RESERVED FOR PROFESSIONALS

BLANC DE NOIRS

emblematic cuvée of our region. This 100% Pinot Noir beautifully represents the expression of our Barsequanais hillsides.

 

Mixture of refreshing and tasty yellow fruits, explosive and lemony. On the nose, you will find notes of orange blossom and jasmine. A Champagne that will seduce you with its personality.

Blend: 100% pinot noir

Terroir: Essoyes, Fontette, Champignol-lez-mondevilles

Soil: Clay and limestone

Vinification: without malolactic fermentation, 100% stainless steel tank

Aging : minimum 30 months in the cellar

Food & Champagne pairings:

Scallops, white fish in sauce, white meats with a slightly lemon sauce, seafood stew or for dessert with a citrus pie for example.

Gold Medal Melbourne International Wine Competition 2017

Gold Medal Melbourne International Wine Competition 2016

Gold medal at the Challenge International de Blaye Bourg 2016

Awarded 2 stars in the Guide Hachette des vins in 2015

Issu d’une exploitation certifiée Haut Valeur Environnementale & en normalisation HACCP depuis 2015.

 
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CS73 - Millésime 2002

CS73, Let yourself be seduced by the latest vintage produced by the founder of the house, Cristian Senez. An exceptional year, a rigorous selection of the best grapes from our oldest plot and an aging of over 18 years in the cellar gave birth to an exceptional vintage.

A sober, elegant and luxurious dressing, a honey color with a golden reflection and an immense palette of gourmet flavors to taste. On the nose, our cuvée will win you over with its aromas of stewed fruits such as apricot, fig but also notes of hazelnut and almond. The palate is round and smooth with flavors of vanilla, caramel and roasted hazelnut.

A vintage of unparalleled gluttony with a superb finish.

Blend: 75% Pinot Noir, 25% Chardonnay

Terroir: Essoyes - Soil: Clay and limestone

Age of vines: Over 40 years old, facing south

Vinification: without malolactic fermentation, 100% stainless steel tank

Aging : minimum 216 months in the cellar - Vintage 2002

Food & Champagne pairings:

Capon with morels, andouillette with chaource, sweetbread with cream, cheese platter (Comté, Roquefort, Beaufort ...), tournedos rossini, duck foie gras, duck breast ...

Issu d’une exploitation certifiée Haute Valeur Environnementale & en normalisation HACCP depuis 2015. 

 
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LE CORNOYER 2014

"Le Cornoyer" is the name of a Pinot Blanc parcel, nestled in the heart of the Côte des Bar. Exposed, facing south, it is worked with respect for the soil and the environment, values dear to our house. An obvious fact: an isolated vinification, a unique bottle adorned with a sublime case.

 

Be surprised by its ample and explosive mouth followed by a splendid mineral finesse supported by a lemony attack with magical notes of Yuzu, white fruits and white peach. Its nose reveals a journey on the road to India with the scents of Combawa and nuances of Kumquats. Then a touch of anise and lime blossom will complete these intoxicating scents.

Blend: 100% Pinot Blanc

Terroir: Fontette, parcel of Cornoyer (clay-limestone)

Vinification: without malolactic fermentation, 100% stainless steel tank

Aging : minimum 74 months in the cellar (2014 vintage)

Dosage: extra-brut

Food & Champagne pairings:

Risotto with scallops, gravlax salmon, white fish, seafood, lobster and saffron sabayon ...

Selected by Mr. Jacques Dupont in 2019

Associated with the signature dessert "la Smith", best pastry chef in the world and MOF 2007 and awarded at the Boccuse d'Or in Megève

Sold separately with its box.