Nicolas Maillart, 1er Cru Brut "Platine"
Organic

Half-Bottle of Nicolas Maillart, 1er Cru Brut "Platine" - NV

Item # 23889 375mL
$26.96/ Single Bottle
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Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.


Tasting Notes

The NV Brut Premier Cru Platine is a ripe, crisp style of Champagne laced with gorgeous aromas of white peaches and tangy minerals on the palate. An impeccable mousse with a texture that can no doubt be Champagne. The type of Champagne for a meal.


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About the Producer

Chamery, Montagne de Reims, Champagne, France The family Maillart can trace its vine-growing heritage to 1753, when their ancestors worked vines in the village of Chamery. They suspect the tradition goes back even further, referring to a “measure of vines” in 1533 that was mapped out by Pierre Maillart, a sworn surveyor working in Chamery for Saint Nicaise abbey. Now, the ninth generation of...

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