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Champagne Siret Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut 2013
A Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru from Mesnil-sur-Oger and Oger.
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Siret Frère & Sœur
The Champagne Siret Frère et Sœur is the fruit of a family renaissance, the union of two terroirs, that of the Côte des blancs and the Côte des Bar. Stemming from an entirely family and artisanal work, from the cultivation of the vine to the numbering of the bottle, the wines are a reflection of its identity and the art of time.
Through a work of the vine in the respect of the biodiversity and the rhythms of the nature, aged in cellar at least 48 months and weakly dosed, it is from the control of the time that is born the harmony of the Siret wines.
The Domaine exploits a planted surface of vineyards of 3,5 hectares distributed on 25 parcels. The vines are derived from massal selection on the entire plot.
Limitation of soil work, inputs, absence of synthetic inSecticide, application of herbal teas and decoctions of plants... their work on the vine is part of an agro-ecological, alternative and thoughtful approach.
Description Champagne Siret Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut 2013.
It is a blend of champagne made exclusively from 100% Chardonnay grapes, coming only from the Grands Crus of Mesnil-sur-Oger and Oger.
This blend champagne is made from two vintages: 65% from 2013 and 35% from 2014.
The wine is left in the cellar for a minimum of 48 months.
The color is golden, brilliant.
On the nose and on the palate: very nice qualitative attack on white flowers such as acacia, linden, cherry, apple and pear flowers. Followed by finely chopped touches of citrus fruits such as kumquat, lemon from Menton and pink grapefruit from Florida.
Food / wine pairing: it will go ideally with shellfish, such as blue lobster from Brittany, with fish such as turbot or monkfish caviar flavored with coriander.
Bottle to be stored in the cellar away from light and noise with a humidity of 70%. It is desirable to conduct tastings from time to time in order to assess its qualitative peak.