Champagne Pierre Paillard, "Les Maillerettes" Blanc de Noirs Bouzy Grand Cru, Champagne AOC, 2012
Champagne is a brilliant golden color with small bubbles.
In the taste of champagne, berry shades are abundantly presented. The powerful and bright beginning provides good firmness of a bouquet in which it is possible to catch tone of citrus, almonds, dry colors, mint, figs and honey. The background is dense mineral tones. Pure, elegant aftertaste has a good duration.
The intense and complex aroma of champagne is filled with shades of grapes, plums, strawberries and pears decorated with hints of air rice, almonds, brioche brioche and licorice.
Champagne is served to lobsters, poultry, fried pork, beef, delicious cuisine.
"Les Maillerettes" Blanc de Noirs Bouzy Grand Cru, Champagne AOC is an excellent choice for lovers of fine wines and dishes. Star-rated elite restaurants such as Guy Savoy or L'Assiette Champenoise, included it in their wine list, recommending a foie gras or lobster. Its strength and character also make it possible to pacify even the sharp dishes of Thai cuisine.
Champagne Pierre Paillard, "Les Maillerettes" Blanc de Noirs Bouzy Grand Cru, Champagne AOC is made from the harvest of the vineyard "Le Maiarette" with an area of 0.32 hectares, planted with the vines of Pinot Noir in 1970. Vinification was carried out in stainless steel tanks, using only the juice of the first pressing. After alcoholic and malolactic fermentation, the wine is aged on the sediment for 8 months before bottling. Further secondary fermentation and aging for 60 months passed underground at a depth of 16 meters at a constant temperature of 10 ° C. Champagne is classified as Extra Brut at a sugar level of 2 grams per liter. Each year, only 2500 bottles are produced.
"How to create exceptional champagne wines? Experience ... inspiration ... patience ..." - Antoine Payard.
How not to be surprised by the abundance of talented winemakers producing excellent wines, which today can boast of Champagne. Champagne Pierre Paillard is distinguished by one of those wonderful styles that amazes with its complexity, elegance and refinement, revealing the soul of Gran Cru Bouzy to you. Historically, the ownership of the Paillard family began to evolve since 1768. The Commune of Buzi is known for its Pinot Noir wines and is located in the heart of the great terroir of Montagne de Reims. Eight generations of Payar created her reputation, inheriting not only land, but also know-how.
Today the family is represented by the brothers, Antoine and Quentin Payar, who continue the tradition of quality, respect for the soil and grapevine. Thanks to such a philosophy, they succeed in amazingly accurately demonstrating the subtlety and magnificence of Buzi's stunning terroir. The area of 30 vineyards occupies 11 hectares, which are planted with Pinot Noir (60%) and Chardonnay (40%) vines. Part of the crop is used to create original and unique dry wines. In the last 20 years, chemical fertilizers are not used here and adhere to organic methods of viticulture.