A single vineyard champagne
Single Vineyard « La Côte à Bras »
Cumières Premier Cru Vintage 2011
The vintage 2011 was marked by a combination of exceptional weather events.
The winter was both very cold and very dry, resulting in a shortage of water. The spring weather was very good, followed by alternating hot weather and heavy rain especially in July. However this did not last and did not in the end have any impact on our delicate Pinot Noir wines from the parcel “La Côte à Bras”, the quality of which remains unequaled.
The 2011 harvest in Champagne was exceptional, the earliest since 1822 !
100% Pinot Noir from the single site called « La Côte à Bras » in the Premier Cru village of Cumieres.
Disgorging in small lots.
Aged for 7 years
Dosage : 0 gr/l – Brut Nature.
The appearance is of yellow gold straw, with amber highlights.
The nose opens with tangy, delicate and captivating aromas revealing notes of freshly squeezed citrus fruits – grapefruit and mandarin.
The palate is vinous and with plenty of attack, with pronounced mineral notes.
The finish is long and harmonious, dominated by a zesty lemon freshness so characteristic of Joseph Perrier.
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Very lively and pure, this cuvée goes perfectly with a delicate spider crab in a fennel cream or bottarga spaghetti with lemon zest.
Grades and Awards
Guide des vins Bettane & Desseauve 2018 : 16/20
RVF 2020 : 16/20 Coup de coeur
Vinum : 17,5/20
Wine Advocate : 93 pts
Guía Melendo : 94 pts
10 different champagne styles
Our historic family-run House was founded in 1825 and is the only one making champagne in Châlons-en-Champagne today.
It stands out thanks to the know-how passed down through six generations.
Our champagne has been part of history many times and was chosen for the royal courts of both Queen Victoria and Edward VII.