Comtesse du Barry Selection Dry Champagne 37.5 cl

37.5 cl
A remarkable finely sparkling Comtesse du Barry vintage for all occasions.

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Elegant, balanced and delicately fruity, this AOC champagne is easy to enjoy on any occasion. It has been subtly crafted from the 3 Champagne grape varieties: Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
The Charpentier family has been growing vines in Champagne, on the southern slopes of the Marne Valley, since 1855.
Today, Jean-Marc and Céline Charpentier perpetuate the family know-how and inherited values in their unique vineyard of character in the Marne Valley. 

Pairings : This lively champagne is a must as an aperitif and the ideal companion for starters. 
It goes perfectly with foie gras, foie gras-based products and fish.

Tasting notes : This champagne has a golden yellow colour and a nose with aromas of fresh fruit (tangerine, blackcurrant). It is fresh and delicious on the palate, supported by a creamy effervescence. The finish is well-balanced and lingers on the palate, with an airy aftertaste reminiscent of tangerine and blackcurrant. 

Presentation of the Domaine :
Location : 72 parcels spread over several crus in the Marne Valley around Charly Sur Marne.
Grape varieties : The originality of this Champagne lies in its unique grape varieties, 90% of which are normally Pinot Meunier. However, almost half the vineyard is planted with Chardonnay, accompanied by Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir. This unique specificity plays an important role in the expression of this Champagne.
Viticulture : the exceptional exposure of the vineyards in the heart of the hillsides has encouraged the implementation of a sustainable viticulture model over the last 25 years. The high expression and aromatic structure of the grapes favour a more pronounced evocation of the terroir, taking precedence over yields. Some plots are now cultivated organically.

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Grape varieties :

Pinot Meunier: the second most planted grape variety in the world, it gives champagne its fruity character.

Chardonnay: the most widely grown grape variety in the world, it produces delicate, fragrant champagnes.

Pinot Noir: Burgundy's king grape variety, it produces inimitable champagnes of great aromatic complexity.

Rigorous quality
115 years of expertise
Client reviews 4,6/5