Champagne DUVAL-LEROY Précieuses Parcelles Clos des Bouveries 2006 Bottle (0.75L) | Naked Bottle
Duval-Leroy Précieuses Parcelles Clos des Bouveries 2006 vintage is a champagne for connoisseurs, between finesse and power.
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Duval-Leroy Précieuses Parcelles Clos des Bouveries 2006 is a cuvee with a strong personality for its mono-cru, mono-varietal aspect but also for the age of the vines (45 years) which generates average yields and a systematic strong concentration in the berries.
An oenoclimatic cuvée, a combination of the oenological and viticultural know-how of the Duval-Leroy House, a witness to climatic evolutions.
This champagne is made from organically grown grapes certified by Ecocert FR-BIO-01.
A pretty brilliant colour with golden tints, very fine bubbles.
Toasty and toasted notes of aromatic maturity, alternating with white flowers.
Fine and precise attack leading to an elegant and full structure wine body.
Duval-Leroy Précieuses Parcelles Clos des Bouveries 2006 perfectly pairs with scallop carpaccio with red berries and bittersweet sauce
Ideal serving temperature : Serve between 8 and 10 °C.
Blend : 100% Chardonnay
Cru: Vertus (Côte des Blancs).
Vinification : Age of vines: 45 years.
Filtration : Yes.
Yeasts: Saccharomyces Cerevisiae.
Sulphites: low sulphite content.
Alcohol content : 12%.
Regular stirring every 2 weeks was carried out to re-suspend the lees.
Half of the wine is vinified in stainless steel vats with temperature control and the other half in oak barrels.
Ageing potential : 5 to 10 years
Dosage : 2 g/litre
Characteristics : Vintage 2006: Flowering in mid-June, a summer of contrasts with a hot July, a mild August and a hot, dry September. Harvest in mid-September.
The vineyard: Preservation of nature since viticulture does not use synthetic chemical products: no chemical fertilisers, no insecticides, no herbicides, no fungicides; only treatment products derived from nature. The vines produce lower yields than in traditional viticulture; this implies a high concentration of material in the berries, a source of complexity in the wine and a full expression of the terroir.