Champagne DUVAL-LEROY Précieuses Parcelles Cumières 2005 Bottle (0.75L) | Naked Bottle

Duval-Leroy Précieuses Parcelles Cumières 2005 releases a bouquet with a powerful profile of balance and complexity : a champagne of connoisseurs.

For which moment ? : For a dinner

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Description

The Précieuses Parcelles Cumières 2005 vintage releases a bouquet with a powerful profile of balance and complexity, marked by the concentration of the Pinot Noir grape variety vinified entirely in oak barrels.

An intimate combination between the grape variety and the soil, deeply respectful of nature, this wine, behind a harmonious thickness, lets explode in the mouth a vivacity mixed with suave and warm touches that will delight connoisseurs and lovers of atypical flavours.

This champagne is made from organically grown grapes certified by Ecocert FR-BIO-01.

 

Tasting notes

A golden glittery colour.

A powerful, rich and complex nose of dried fruits, vanilla and candied fruits.

A beautiful attack with a tight structure and a deep vinosity.

Technical sheet

Blend : 100% Pinot Noir
Cru: Cumières (Marne Valley).

Vinification : 100% oak barrels vinification
Age of the vines: 35 to 45 years.
Fining : No.
Filtration : Yes.
Yeast : Saccharomyces Cerevisiae.
Sulphites: low sulphiting.
Alcohol content : 12%.
A regular stirring of the lees every 2 weeks was carried out to re-suspend the lees.
Malolactic fermentation
Maturation in barrels for 9 months.

Ageing potential : 5 to 10 years.

Dosage : 4 g/litre

Characteristics : The 2005 vintage: A year of contrasting climatic conditions with a spring that was not very frosty, with marked heat and balanced rainfall, leading to flowering in mid-June. High average temperatures in summer, except in August. The harvest took place at the beginning of the second half of September, offering a good balance of sugars and acids.
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.

Characteristics2005

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