Champagne ALEXANDRE BONNET Blanc de Blancs Bottle (0.75L) | Naked Bottle
Alexandre Bonnet Blanc de Blancs champagne brings Pinot Blanc back to life. Blended with Chardonnay, it develops a complex perfume carried by a long and saline finish.
For which moment ? : For a dinner, For an aperitif or a party, To pair with fish/seafood dinnerTake advantage of the free delivery from 180 euros of purchase. (Metropolitan France) Voir tous les produits Champagne ALEXANDRE BONNET
Alexandre Bonnet Blanc de Blancs champagne is ideal for your tasting moments, pairing with an aperitif or a meal.
A clear, golden yellow colour with green highlights.
A fine and complex nose, with an exotic touch: mango, mirabelle plum, lime blossom, honeysuckle, citrus fruits, fresh almond, sweet spices.
An unctuous mouth, supported by noble bitters and tended by a long and saline finish.
The Alexandre Bonnet Les Riceys Blanc de Blancs is ideal with oysters, scallop carpaccio, ceviche, quail with grapes and lobster.
Ideal serving temperature : Serve between 8 and 10 °C and let the champagne open in the glass for 5 minutes.
Blend : Blanc Vrai (Pinot Blanc) blended for half with Chardonnay.
Vinification : Harvesting: Exclusively manual and progressive depending on the maturity of the grapes. Sorting in the vineyard. The grapes are brought to the winery immediately, in perforated boxes.
Grape varieties: Blanc Vrai (Pinot Blanc) short prunings in cordon de Royat blended for half with Chardonnay prunings in Chablis, yield 20% lower than the Champagne average.
Vinification: Slow pneumatic pressing, elimination of pruning, static settling, light sulphiting, addition of basic yeast, natural malolactic fermentation, light filtration after cold stabilisation.
Ageing: 36 months minimum on lees, disgorgement with low dosage of 5 g/L to preserve the purity of the wine.
Ageing potential : Pour this wine within 3 years to enjoy its youthful qualities or wait up to 10 years for a more complex experience.
Dosage : Extra-Brut 5 g/litre
Characteristics : Terroir : Various limestones and marls from the Kimmeridgian Jurassic, cool and sunny semi-continental climate of the South of Champagne, average altitude 250 m.
Cultivation: Precision viticulture with HVE label since 2015, organic practices: broad-spectrum protection, no weedkillers, soil tilling using horses, partial grassing, organic composts, reduced treatment frequency, no insecticides.
Environment : Development of biodiversity by planting orchards, truffle oaks, melliferous fallows, late mowing of grassy areas (pollination), restoration of local heritage structures (cadoles).