Champagne  Brut Nature by Breton Corentin
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Champagne Breton Corentin Brut Nature

Champagne Brut Nature - Breton Corentin

Corentin Breton's Brut Nature is a dry, complex Champagne with a strong flavor but very drinkable. The name Brut Nature is given to Champagne for the residual sugar of less than or equal to 3 g/l and for this reason it is also called zero dosage or non-dosed. Brut Nature by Breton Corentin, from a good zero dosage, has a marked verticality in the mouth but also surprises for its harmony. Its expressiveness is excellent, enhanced by the addition of Chardonnay grapes to Pinot Noir.

  • 1 Bot. 0.75 L
€34.00 (tax incl.) €27.87 (tax excl.)
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Classification: AOC Champagne

Grapes: 60% Pinot Nero, 40% Chardonnay

Production zone: Arrentières (Aube)

Vinification: Harvesting of fully ripe grapes. Soft pressing, alcoholic and malolactic fermentation. Cold passage and aging on the fine lees. Refermentation in the bottle for at least 3 years. Disgorgement and filling with the same wine.

Alcoholic content: 12% vol

Color: intense straw yellow with fine perlage

Nose: hints of fruit, yellow flowers, hazelnut, spices and bread crust

Palate: dry, decisive and structured, with a marked acidity

Pairings: excellent as an aperitif. Try it with carnaroli rice first courses and fish main courses

Serving temperature: 8-10°C

Elaborated by Corentin Breton - 10200 Arrentières - France

Alcohol level
12
Cellars
Breton Corentin
Grapes
Pinot Nero - Chardonnay
Region
France
Appellation
AOC Champagne
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