Bruno Paillard
Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru 2006, 75cl

approx. £67.85


 Serve at 8º-10º

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O Produtor, tasting note published in June 17th 2018

EYE: Very pale and shiny with green tints. The effervescence is lighter than in the other Champagnes thanks to a less powerful bottle fermentation. NOSE: First aromas are citrus – lime and grapefruit – followed by white flowers. While opening in the glass, a touch of almond and toast appears. PALATE: The entry is lively leading to a complex combination of citrus and white flowers. The effervescence is extremely fine, silky and creamy. The finish is fresh and long.

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Bruno Paillard

Exclusively made of Chardonnay grapes, this wine is also known as “the Lace of Champagne” because of its very fine and persistent white mousse… Blend: First pressing Chardonnay, sourced exclusively from grands crus vineyards “Côte des Blancs”. Reserve wines: 25 vintages, going back to 1985. Ageing: Four years sur lie, then ten months further ageing after disgorgement. The delicacy of the bubbles helps to tame the naturally mineral Grands Crus to offer a sensation that is both creamy and lively. Specificity: A very old winemaking method is used where fermentation in the bottle is less powerful than traditional champagne. Dosage: Extra brut, very low dosage – 5g/L.

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Contains sulphites.

SKU: 102056

Bruno Paillard


Avenue de Champagne 51100 Reims – France