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Pierre Tarlant於Marne Valley種植葡萄樹，而Tarlant家族就於1687年開始釀酒。1928年，Louis Adrien Tarlant生產了第一支家族香檳，其後他們便於OEuilly村出產香檳，延綿四代。時至今日，於1999年傳至Benoît Tarlant手中並開始產酒。
The Tarlant family traces their winegrowing history back to 1687, when Pierre Tarlant first cultivated grapevines in the Marne Valley. In 1928, Louis Adrien Tarlant produced the family’s first estate-bottled champagne, and since then there have been four successive generations of Tarlants producing wine at their estate in the village of OEuilly. Today the estate is in the hands of Benoît Tarlant, who has been making wine here since 1999.
自4千5百萬年前開始，此酒所享有的風土是目前僅有的，Chardonnay葡萄可以不用接枝就能生長的土地。La Vigne d’Antan的意思是“古代的葡萄樹”的意思。Tarlant農家認為它能充分反映了Chardonnay葡萄的真正特性，以及自19世紀以來，在別處難以找到的香氣。這支特別的香檳為你帶來超越一切時間跨度的純淨，就純粹讓飲家的感官判斷無接枝Chardonnay的魅力。
Dating from the Lutetian era 45 million years ago, this terroir is the only remaining place where the Chardonnay can be grown ungrafted on its own roots. La Vigne d'Antan (The Vines of Yesteryear), Grower Tarlant believes reveals the true nature of the chardonnay grape, with aromas unknown elsewhere since the 19th century. This exclusive Champagne invites you to a timeless tasting of a wine of rare purity.
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100% Chardonnay – 無接枝Ungrafted
Tarlant's Extra Brut La Vigne d'Antan is one of the great wines of Champagne. It shows marvelous detail in its sumptuous, yet well-delineated fruit. Minerals, mint and flowers are some of the nuances that develop as the wine sits in the glass. Early signs of development in the bouquet suggest this won't be a terribly long-lived Vigne d'Antan, but somehow I have a sense most bottles won't be around long enough for that to be much of an issue. La Vigne d'Antan is Chardonnay from ungrafted vines. It is a totally compelling, viscerally thrilling wine in every way.
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