Unit price: HUF 35 333 / litre. Our prices are gross prices.
The house’s first Brut Nature champagne comes only from grand cru vineyards, and is made from the crop of ten harvests (2006-2015). It spent 48 months on lees, and to achieve a rounder palate it went through complete malolactic fermentation and it contains almost 60% reserve wine, without dosage. (30% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay and 40% Pinot Meunier). It has a bone dry, yet still sophisticated champagne nose and palate: white fleshed fruits, almond, delicious brioche notes, ripe apple, with honey spiciness on the finish. Taut acidity, round palate, slightly creamy structure and a long finish.
Indifferent to fleeting trends, yet in tune with its era, the Billecart-Salmon House was founded in 1818 by husband and wife Nicolas François Billecart and Elisabeth Salmon. Seven generations later, the heirs of an ancestral savoir-faire, the whole family knows that it is their duty to uphold this quality requirement. From the Cőte des Blancs to the Reims Mountain, not forgetting the right bank of the Marne River, the greatest vintages of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier blossom. The Billecart-Salmon House covers around 50 hectares, and gets its grapes from a total of 170 hectares of land. Frequently cited for the quality of its vintages, the House pays particular attention to selecting the best grapes. At the foot of the Mareuil-sur-Ay hill, the family cultivates one hectare of Pinot Noir on a single, enclosed parcel. It is called Clos St Hilaire. The magic of the terroir combined with human skills have given rise to a wine which is particularly renowned for the complexity and rarity of its aromas.