The master of the wine cellar, Dominique Demarville experimented with a mixture containing mostly Pinot Noir and the results are enchanting …
According to some statements, the presence of lithium minerals in the fertile soil of the Champagne region probably promotes the emotional fulfillment that one glass of this champagne brings us. This fortune is then enhanced when the nectar in a glassy glass has the perfect taste, as is the case with the Veuve Clicquot new premium cuvee versions, the La Grande Dame 2008 and the La Grande Dame 2008 Rose.
And while Madame Kliko was an original innovator behind the method of preparing pink champagne, which was first introduced to the world 200 years ago, the new mind is now leading this perfect wine brand.
Dominique Demarville bravely risked the introduction of this new release, which will definitely trigger a calm sea. We are sure that Madame Kliko would applaud and congratulate him on this venture. He dared to create a champagne with 92 percent of the Pinot Noir grapes, with just a slight hint of white grapes. By comparison, the largest number of champagne contains an equal part of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay species, or even more white grapes.
Brut has fine but dangerous bubbles, with a silky, cresty texture followed by refreshing acidity. The surprise behind this edition is covered in the fact that this copper-colored drink is even better than its pale cousin. It contains juices from a special plot called Clos Colin, which gives it special smooth tannins, minerality and salinity.
This champagne has a subtle hint of fruit, which is so gentle that it will prompt you to wonder if it’s just your imagination. You will need to take another sip, then another one and so on, until you get to know all of his sophisticated notes.