Type of soil: In part of moraine origin, loose, drained, with abundant skeleton.
Type of grapes: 60% pinot noir 40% chardonnay.
Yield per hectare: 100 quintals per hectare, with a yield maximum allowed in must of 55%.
Vintage: Vintage 2014 and therefore obtained from the skilful assemblage of the best grapes of that year; the use of pinot noir, vinified in red gives a good body and structure and above all elegance, with a tannin con- tent which is never aggressive.
Harvest: Between the end of august and early September when the grapes have reached the correct sugar ripeness but still have considerable acidity and freshness.
Maturation: Over 42 months from harvesting, of which at least 36 on yeasts. After disgorgement, the bottles rest in the cellar for another 5-6 months.
Colour: A soft shade of pink, with reflections that veer towards salmon pink and can vary slightly from one year to another, due to the different degree of ripeness of the pinot noir grapes.
Bouquet: Intense, of small red berries with aromas of fruit compote.
Palate: A good composition and structure, fragrant, intense, balanced, excellent persistence and a pleasant body.
Perlage: Fine and persistent, abundant and creamy mousse.
Food pairing: Recommended throughout the meal, especially with pasta dishes, meat and fish. Ideal with excellent preserved meats and cheese.
Serving temperature: 7° – 8° c.