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Olivier Bonville Odyssée 319 Avize Le Levant
"Le Levant" refers to the plots located in the lower and central part of the hill.
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An invitation from Olivier Bonville and Ferdinand Ruelle. Odyssey 319, a journey through the 319 villages that make up the Champagne appellation area.
With its 34.300 hectares spread over 319 crus, Champagne offers infinite possibilities.
It is on this multitude of identity terroirs that they observe.
Their passion for the wines of Champagne and their desire for new experiences, lead them out of the chalky basements of the Côte des blancs for new discoveries.
Description Olivier Bonville Odyssée 319 Avize Le Levant.
It is a Champagne made from a blend of wines harvested from a few pieces of vines all located in Avize, classified Grand Cru and facing "the Levant" and so named thanks to their exposure.
This cuvée is a Blanc de Blancs resulting from the most beautiful plots of vines and recolyed in 2014 exclusively, a vintage and a cru that seduces both by its roundness and its complexity. A great wine to keep for years to come. It is a single-vintage champagne, 2014, and almost parceled.
The color is gold with some small green reflections.
On the nose and on the palate, rich aromas of white-fleshed fruits such as vine peach, nectarine or pear. Notes of white flowers such as spring hawthorn also mingle. The finish gently melts into salty and suave notes.
Food / wine pairing: as an aperitif served at 10-12 ° C, but no less so as not to tarnish the exceptional aromas and flavors of this exceptional champagne; Will go very well with oysters from Marennes Oléron and Belon from the Emerald Coast in Brittany. Perfect on canapes of caviar or tapenade made from black olives from Provence.
An unforgettable moment with sushi or salmon steaks in foil flavored with dill and Echiré butter.
Bottles to be stored in the cellar away from light and noise with a humidity of approximately 70%.
We suggest successive tastings in order to measure its floral and taste evolution until its qualitative peak.