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  1. Judith Beck Chardonnay

    100% Chardonnay matured for 6 months in barriques on the entire lees. Brilliant light golden yellow, marked fruit, ripe peach and quince on the nose, full-bodied on the palate, creamy fruit, good acidity, long finish. Versatile food companion, pairs particularly well with fish, poultry or pasta.

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  2. Judith Beck Pannobile White (Chardonnay) 2012

    Pannobile is matured in Barrique barrels and remains 12 to 14 months on yeast.

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  3. Judith Beck Chardonnay Bambule

    100% Chardonnay fermented on the skins (3 weeks of maceration). Matured for 22 months in old barriques on the entire lees. Strong golden yellow with orange reflexes, brilliant, very intense scent, black tea and tobacco as well as yeasty aromas. Full bodied and ripe tannins on the palate, moderate acidity, good length. Needs time and aeration with very good ageing potential.

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  4. Schatz - Chardonnay

    Straw yellow in colour. Very aromatic, balsamic and exotic. Subtropical fruit (lychee, mango, kiwi, banana). White flowers (jasmine, orange blossom, gardenia). Good aging balance in barrel (soft toasted touches and a hint of delicate vanilla).

    Fresh, generous and full-bodied. A lot of subtropical and citrus fruits. Surprising and pleasant minerality. A perfectly balanced wine, intense, fine, honest with a lengthy and harmonic finish.

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  5. Champagne Girardin Cuvee Appoggiature (Brut)

    A blend of 55% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Meunier,15% Pinot Noir. Dosage of 9 g/L

    Harvest years: 85% 2009, 15% 2008. Ageing: over 24 months

    An appoggiatura, from the Italian verb appoggiare, meaning to sustain, is a melodic ornament that serves to retard a following note that requires emphasis. Appoggiature is thus the key note Champagne of the Domaine B. Girardin range. It introduces the house style, first in line with its delicately fruity flavours. Aromas of flowers, pears and white peach are conveyed by delicate and gentle bubbles, making this an ideal aperitif drink. The French horn, symbol of this cuvée, was considered, prior to the 18th century, to be the instrument of spells and bewitchments. The Appoggiature cuvée entices us to pursue the melody with the expressive cuvées Rubato, Point d’Orgue and Vibrato.

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  6. Champagne Vincent Couche Eclipsia (Brut)

    A blend of 82 % Pinot Noir, 18 % Chardonnay.

    "This is a ripe wine. Pear and quince flavors are cut by lemon zest acidity, making for a fresh, rich wine that is well balanced. From vines in the Côte des Bar in the southern Aube region of Champagne, the wine has a warm, rich while still crisp character." Wine Enthusiast 89/100

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  7. Champagne Girardin Cuvee Rubato (Doux)

    A blend of 60% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Meunier, 10% Pinot Noir. Dosage: 120 g/L

    Ageing: more than 5 years. Harvest years: mainly 2006.

    Rubato, which means «hidden» or «secret» in Italian, signifies an instruction to accelarate certain notes and slow down others. These variations in speed of execution are applied according to the will and inspiration of the conductor or musician. The melody is thus momentarily held back and this effect, when well handled, can give a specific tonality to the rendering. The cuvée Rubato is analogous to this notion as it signifies the coming together of a wine, as a tune with its specific rhythm, and the winemaker playing the part of a musician-interpreter. Very fine bubbles almost stand still in the glass. The wine is both sweet and vibrant, showing notes of quince and green plum. This Champagne has two sides to it: its rythm is provided by the crispness of the fruit flavours and the sweetness by the winemaker. Cuvée Rubato opens up a whole new field in terms of wine & food pairing: as an aperitif with a slice of lemon, with pan-fried foie gras, or with a fruit- based dessert like apple pie. One can use its altering rythms to ring the changes! The double bass, which symbolises this cuvée Rubato, was the accompanying instrument at the time of Bach or Handel for singers who practised rubato.

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  8. Champagne Vincent Couche Rose Desir (Extra Brut)

    A blend of 75 % Pinot Noir and 25 % Chardonnay. Dosage of 4g/L

    Wine made from grapes under conversion to organic agriculture. Rosé made using carbonic maceration. Saignée method for Pinot Noir; addition of Chardonnay. Our cuvee Rose Désir immediately opens with notes of red fruits. It is singled out for its lovely lingering minerality, its length on the palate, and its freshness.

    "Fresh wild-strawberry flavor dominates this bright and youthful wine. It is dry and crisp, yet has a mouthfilling weight. Definitely a food Champagne and one that benefits from a few minutes aeration." Wine Enthusiast 89/100

    “A clear red color. This champagne has a fruity nose both clear and crisp with fresh little red fruit (strawberry). The palate seduces with the purity of its fruit aromas, like biting into a strawberry. A fresh, persistent and delicate champagne. This is a remarkable rosé for dessert.” Gilbert et Gaillard 89/100

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  9. Champagne Vincent Couche Bulles de Miel (Demi Sec)

    A blend of 72 % Pinot Noir and 28 % Chardonnay. Dosage of 34g/L

    Wine made from grapes under conversion to organic agriculture. This surprising champagne changes one’s habits. Bulles de Miel, a semi-dry wine unlike the others, has a dosage of 34g of sugar, yet shows itself to be soft, refined, and balanced by refreshing citrus fruit.

    “The nose has a great softness with accents of honey. The mouth is rich and fleshy, mellow. The sensation of softness is well-balanced by notable fruit and a beautiful freshness. A semi-dry wine remarkable for its harmony; enjoy with foie gras or dessert.” Gilbert et Gaillard. 90/100

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  10. Champagne Girardin Cuvee Point D'Orgue Vintage 2007 (Brut)

    A blend of 30% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Meunier, 40% Pinot Noir. Dosage: 8 g/L

    Harvest year: 2007 and Ageing: 5 years

    The French musical term Point d’orgue is the equivalent of fermata in English musicology. Its function is to prolong a note or series of notes, thus creating a pause in the tempo. The term itself refers to the capacity of the organ, as an instrument, to hold a note for an unlimited duration. Cuvée Point d’Orgue supends the flow of time, like for the duration of a harvest. Quality naturally depends on this harvest, and time will decide when the wine is ready to be drunk. The 2007 vintage now reveals its vinosity through the leading role played by Pinot Noir. The aromas are rich with notes of pear and honey and the flavours linger on the palate like a note held fermata.
    The piano is the symbol of the cuvée Point d’Orgue. It illustrates the producer’s solo role in deciding to vintage a year, or not. In this case the producer is herself a pianist. She alone decides the partition of the year.

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