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The 1981 innovation of the house was that for the sake of harmony, riper grapes with a higher sugar content have since then been picked for the Brut Nature base wine, then the champagne that has had no dosage added is aged for at least 6 years. The blend is made from the base wines of 15 crus, from 55% Chardonnay and 45% Pinot Noir grapes, which are complemented by the reserve wines of one or two vintages. It is a pale coloured wine with crystal-like bubbles. The intense and complex nose contains countless aromas of citrus fruits and white-fleshed fruits, with floral and iodine notes that bring its freshness. It has surprising depth, is light and sophisticated, with pure flavours and a lingering finish.
The style of the wine region’s 4th largest Champagne house is characterised by freshness, precision and elegant structure. The management of the house is still carried out within the family circle, with the involvement of Michel Fauconenet, chef de cave, who has been working at the estate for 40 years.