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Marie Courtin, Champagne Extra Brut Pinot Noir Efflorescence, 2014

$79.99

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Marie Courtin, Champagne Extra Brut Pinot Noir Efflorescence, 2014 is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.

Dominique Moreau's Champagne Marie-Courtin has been the darling of critics like Peter Liem for over a decade now. Why? Because she consistently leads the pack in her unwavering approach to expressing her incredible terroir.

Dominique farms (organically) a single 2.5 hectare plot of east facing vines in the Aube. Its clay and Kimmeridgian limestone soils, famously found in Chablis, produce some of the worlds greatest whites. The warmer Aube lends itself to ripening Pinot Noir—her favorite grape—laced with hallmark Chablisien acidity. These contrasting characteristics make the Marie-Courtin wines so enthralling.

What importer Polaner Selections has to say about this wine...

VARIETALS
Pinot Noir
ORGANIC
Certified
BIODYNAMIC
Practicing
VINEYARD
Harvested from massale selection vines 35-40 years in age from a single parcel located in Polisot (Cote des Bar). Harvested from the bottom of the hill where there is more clay.
ORIENTATION
East/Southeast
SOIL
Clay and Kimmerdigian Limestone bands similar to those found in Chablis. The Cotes des Bar is closer in proximity to Chablis than to Epernay.
VITICULTURE
Farmed biodynamically and hand harvested.
VINIFICATION
Fermented in used barriques using natural yeasts (for both fermentations).
AGING
Sur lie for three years and bottled with zero dosage. Disgorgement:
PRODUCTION
6,000 bottles (500 12pks)

Details

  • Grape Variety

    Pinot Noir

  • Vintage

    2014

  • Size

    750ml

  • Farming Practice

    Organic

  • Sweetness

    Dry

  • Body

    Light Bodied

Champagne

Champagne boasts some of the world’s greatest luxury brands with Krug, Cristal and, of course, Dom Perignon. But it’s also home to hundreds of small dynamic producers—farmers who grow their own grapes (often organically) and make (often with natural methods) tiny amounts of pure and absolutely delicious wine that reflect the individual personalities of their villages and terroirs. Toast with these wines, for sure. But also treat them like the great wines they are: taste, drink, explore!

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