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Vincent Cuillier, Champagne Chemin des Rois Brut Nature, NV [2020]

by Vincent Cuillier


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"From the sandy parcel of Le Mont Agé in Chenay comes this 70% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay blend that is farmed with great attention to the vineyard ecosystem and produced in the most natural way possible. Made with no additives, this compelling Champagne is pure juice with undeniable character." - Polaner Selections


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Professional Reviews

Antonio Galloni

AG 92
"The NV (2019) Brut Nature Chemin de Rois, from fines in Cheney, is all precision and nuance. Focused and pure, the 2019 sizzles with energy. The blend of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay leans very much towards the brighter end of the spectrum, with the Pinot mostly felt in the resonance that builds through the mid-palate and in the finish. A touch of French oak is nicely judged. I would give this 6-12 months in bottle as there is some tightness, likely from the relatively recent disgorgement." -Vinous

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

70% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay
From a single parcel of Le Mont Agéin the Marne village of Chenay (near Merfy).
Sandy soils over limestone
Embraces regenerative principles of cover crops and low-/no-till farming to increase soil organic matter and to preserve and enhance biodiversity. Applies home made composts to enrich soil and incorporates Vitiforestry, which is the intentional integration of trees into the vineyards (a.k.a Agroforestry when integrated into other agricultural crops).
Indigenous yeast fermentation in barrel and free of any additives (including zero sulfur).
Aged in barrel for 12 months followed by 24-30 months sur lattes. No fining or filtration, disgorged by hand, no sulfur or sugar added (sans soufre, non-dose)



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