Champagne, Barbier Louvet 1er Cru, Cuvee Tradition NV

Champagne, Barbier Louvet 1er Cru, Cuvee Tradition NV

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Champagne, France
Beautiful Golden Robe - Old Gold
100% pinot noir
6 x 75cl

Chalky - clayey - Vignoble Tauxières-Mutry et Bouzy 99%
Time to drink: 
Now - 2025

Tasting notes: Rich - Ripe Apple - Dry Fruit - Toasted Almond. Generous and fleshy in the mouth, a full-bodied, fragrant brut, showing a pleasant rusticity. Good length in the mouth, typical of Pinot Noir.

Winemaking Details: Trditional Method - Methode Champenoise - Around 18 to 24 months in the cellar


Additional information: A stunning Champagne from the ‘Premier Cru’ Classification made using 100% Pinot Noir also known as ‘Blanc de Noir’ which is very special. Delicate yet with ripe apples complex and feminine with bubbles that dance - it makes you feel special when you drink it.
Champagne, considered the king of sparkling wines, is part of all your festive moments. Today, the Champagne wine region is internationally recognised and represents one of the fundamental pillars of French winemaking.

Barbier Louvet winegrowing property is located in Tauxières Mutry on the southern slope of the Reims mountain in the Côte des Noirs terroir. The vineyard extends across nine communes including Bouzy Grand Cru, one of the 17 villages famous for their grands crus.
Their grand cru champagne is produced according to the purest traditions of French champagne, thanks to the know-how passed down from generation to generation. Each step is entirely done by hand, from the size to the bottling and the blending with reserve wines, they meticulously control every aspect of the production in order to preserve the unique character of our champagne.
In order to guarantee the quality of the products, Barbier Louvet adheres to the Independent Winegrowers Association’s charter of quality.



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