- La Vigne d'Antan Brut Nature Champagne 2002
- France > Champagne
- Bubbly White, Dry, Full-Bodied, Mineral, Crisp
- Serve a mouthwateringly succulent Brut Nature all night long.
- Perfect with lightly fried hors d'oeurves at dusk,
- sautéed scallops in a saffron cream at midnight
- and buttery shortbread at sunrise.
Eyes: Straw Yellow
Nose: Medium-High Intensity, developing, floral, mineral, nutty
Mouth: Medium-Full Bodied, dry, high acidity, intense, long finish, green apple, hazelnut, biscuit
- Champagne Tarlant dates back 12 generations, to 1687, with the current Tarlant, Benoit, holding the family's winemaking reins. Important, yet always under the radar of other cult darlings, Tarlant is known for their biodiverse and chemical-free vineyards, use of barrel fermentation, their zero-dosage wines and for the un-grafted, 50+ year-old Chardonnay vines that make up their La Vigne d'Antan cuvée.
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