Coulon Brut Millésime, Blanc de Noirs
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Coulon Brut Millésime, Blanc de Noirs - 2011

Item # 24118 750mL
$86.96/ Single Bottle
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$1043.52 $991.34/ Case of 12
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Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

Tasting Notes

The Coulon family started making wine in Vrigny in 1806. A full, rich vintage Champagne with gorgeous, complex aromas thanks to extended lees aging before disgorgement. Friendly, ripe apple notes permit appreciation now - especially over a first course of fish, light soups and poultry, but will be fine if kept many years in the cellar.

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Staff Pick Notes

My favorite flavors have always been those of savory foods. Meats, cheeses, salts, and mushrooms, have an ability to satisfy that is addicting. All the champagne I’ve tried from the Coulon family suggests they have a similar “fondness” for savory flavors. Notes of crushed sesame seeds, white pepper, toasted oak, dried apples, and smoked salt. Smelling this is pleasure enough, but after a taste, this wine has its teeth in me.

- SD

About the Producer

Champagne Roger Coulon Vrigny, Champagne, France Champagne Roger Coulon was founded in 1806. Eric and Isabelle Coulon are the eighth generation of winemakers for this domaine, situated in the town of Vrigny, 10 kilometers southwest of Reims on the western edge of the Montagne de Reims. They are one of the few Récoltant-Manipulant houses to exist over multiple generations, and one of the very few...

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