Champagne DRAPPIER Cuvée Clarevallis Bottle (0.75L) | Naked Bottle

Drappier Cuvée Clarevallis takes its name from the Latin name of the Abbey of Clairvaux built by Saint Bernard. He introduced Pinot Noir to the region, vinifying and maturing wines in the Abbey’s cellars. The same cellars that now belong to the Drappier Champagne House.

For which moment ? : For an aperitif or a party, To pair with fish/seafood dinner

50,00 

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Description

“Inspired from Clairvaux, the Cistercian purity in a generous nature.” The Clarevallis cuvée, a certified organic champagne, is made from organically grown grapes on the Urville hillside, which was already planted in the Cistercian era. Clarevallis is the expression of the landscape and the land that man has nurtured since the 12th century.

Tasting Notes

A golden grey colour, a very fine and persistent foam.

Notes of elderberry and violet. Chalky minerality rounded by the pulp of the Pinot.

A tension in the mouth balanced by a discreet dosage on the flavours of lovely bitters.

Food pairings

Ideal as an aperitif or at the table, with marinated fish, such as a ceviche of sea bream and grapefruit. Delicious with a fresh summer salad, langoustine and crisp vegetables. Perfect with veal blanquette, risotto, chicken fricassee or sole a la plancha.

Ideal serving temperature : Serve at 7 °C.

Technical sheet

Blend : 75% Pinot Noir, 10% Meunier, 10% Chardonnay, Blanc Vrai 5%.

Vinification : Jurassic Kimmeridgian Urville limestone soil. Vineyard cultivated in Organic Agriculture, partly ploughed by a horse. First press. Vinification by gravity. Natural settling. Malolactic fermentation. Organic yeast from the estate. Not filtered and not decoloured. Extremely low sulphite (20 mg/l).

Dosage : 4 g/litre

Characteristics : The Drappier vineyard covers 100 hectares and represents the essential asset of the Champagne House's vintages. Since 1808, the family has been able to select particularly well exposed and extremely chalky plots, mostly located around Urville, where the Pinot Noir grape finds its most beautiful expression and allows the production of very elegant aromatic wines.

CharacteristicsNon Vintage

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