Nicolas Feuillatte’s first organically grown Champagne – a harmonious, well-structured cuvée of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay, aged for at least 5 years in Feuillatte’s cellars at constant temperatures. Three quarters of the organically grown grapes come from the municipal association of Barséquanais (40% of which are from Les Riceys) and 25% from the Vallée du Marne.
An uncomplicated, fresh champagne with notes of grilled toast and warm brioche, accented by mirabelle plums and exotic fruits.
- In the glass, a delicate yellow with beautiful silver hues and fine, lively bubbles.
- On the nose, delicate aromas of mirabelle plum, vineyard peach and toasted brioche.
- The palate is harmonious and fresh with subtle notes of cherries and pomegranate. Superb finish with surprising minerality.
- Aperitif or solo.
- Also goes great with simple, fresh dishes.
- Ideal with goat cheese.
The Champagne House Nicolas Feuillatte
Nicolas Feuillatte is one of the youngest champagne houses, but was one of the most renowned and popular brands from the start: It wasn’t until 1976 that wine lover Nicolas Feuillatte created his first cuvée from his own cultivation – today, the French count Feuillatte’s champagne among their favorites. And around the globe, Nicolas Feuillatte is among the most sought-after champagnes. The house’s style is defined by the following three words: precision, elegance and finesse. These are reflected in every single sip of their excellent champagnes. Around 5,000 winemakers in the Champagne region ensure the production of Nicolas Feuillatte – for every taste, for every occasion and at a first-class price-to-pleasure ratio.