根據香港法律,不得在業務過程中,向未成年人售賣或供應令人醺醉的酒類。
Under the law of Hong Kong, intoxicating liquor must not be sold or supplied to a minor in the course of business.

Champagne Tarlant La Vigne d'Antan Blanc de Blancs Brut Nature 2002

FRS00074A

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Dosage: 0g/L - Brut Nature

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“舊年份的酒”的意思。它充分反映了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。

 

收成時間:
2002年9

種類:
香檳

葡萄品種:
100%Chardonnay-非接枝

風土:
"Les Sables" in Oeuilly (Marne valley).

釀造
於四年橡木桶內釀製。不經乳酸發酵。桶內發酵,酒渣定期會與酒攪拌,並留在桶內直至5月。

裝瓶:
2003年724

品酒筆記:
金黃色中帶一點綠色,氣泡活潑而如水晶般細緻。有集中而深刻的香氣,有如白花香氣。又有真正的Chardonnay香氣─紅蘋果的果香。入口非常純淨,絲滑而又帶有礦物感,又有白色水果的甜香,和榛子及杏仁的味道。這一支香檳香氣動人而優雅,又帶有持久的清新感。

配餐:
此酒可以極具性格,香氣動人亦可完美地配搭貝類。

 

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) 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.

Harvest: 
24th September 2002

Type:
Champagne

Grapes: 
100% Chardonnay – Ungrafted (as they were in pre-phylloxera days)

Terroir: 
"Les Sables" in Oeuilly (Marne valley).

Vinification: 
Vinification in 4-wine oak barrels. No malolactic fermentation. Barrel fermentation with the lees regularly stirred back into the wine. Remains in barrels until May.

Bottling: 
24th July 2003

Tasting Notes:
To the eye, golden with greenish hints, lively crystalline mousse

Nose: Intense, with well integrated scents of white blossoms (acacia and linden) and “Reine de reinette” apples. The real scent of the Chardonnay. 

Mouth: Open and very pure. The palate shows itself mineral and silky, with suggestions of white fruit and lacy delicate suggestions of hazelnuts and almonds. An exceptional cuvee which is as elegant as it is aromatic. Its persistent freshness is unique. 

Food & wine: Authentic and singular, this champagne of character is best appreciated when first tasted on its own. A great aromatic wine, which will accompany elegantly cooked shellfish to perfection