Coulon "Heri-Hodie" 1er Cru, Brut

Coulon "Heri-Hodie" 1er Cru, Brut - NV

Item # 39309 750mL
$44.96/ Single Bottle
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Production Methods



Practicing Organic

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

Tasting Notes

Produced from 1er Cru holdings in Vrigny, Pargny, and Coulomme, “Heri-Hodie” (Latin for “Yesterday-Today”—a reference to their family’s history as vignerons and to the solera which forms a significant portion of this cuvée) is composed primarily of Pinot Meunier (60%), with smaller amounts of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay (20% each). From a solera (which is filled halfway with a new vintage each year, and which he began in the early 1990s)—spent three years on its lees before disgorgement and received a very small three-grams-per-liter dosage. Pinot Meunier’s exuberant, zesty personality comes through loud and clear in this forward yet nicely taut wine, one whose earth-tinged flavors wear the imprint of their terroir proudly.

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