Brocard Pierre Champagne Brut Tradition NV
Pinot Noir 80% Chardonnay 10% Pinot Blanc 10%.
Vineyard: Clay-limestone soil / Kimmeridgian fault.
Aging on yeasts:
Between 24 and 36 months
Tasting: The nose is flattering and dominated by Pinot Noir. A beautiful harmony on the palate, vinous associated with freshness but without heaviness, accompanied by a slightly mentholated finish.
Pairings: Warm oysters and salmon tempura
dosage: 6 g/L – Brut
Appearance: Beautiful effervescence with a fine string of fine bubbles and a yellow-gold robe.
Pierre Brocard’s opinion: “A blend of at least three vintages to bring a balance thanks to the framework of our reserve wines. ”
It was great-grandfather Georges, who began this beautiful story in the winemaking of his own champagne in 1932. Followed by Emile Brocard, Henri Brocard and then Pierre Brocard the father of Thibaud.
The latter, under the well-advised eyes of his father, took over the leadership of the family estate. He has been conducting conviction viticulture since 2012 years. Responsible viticulture, and more: sustainable and responsible. An approach for the future of the earth and our children. Without a label, with no charter, but nevertheless with the utmost respect and greater reflection, Thibaud Brocard will make decisions that will make his wine, one of the purest possible.