Larmandier Bernier Champagne Blanc De Blancs Longitude
|Nose||Expressive nose of tarte Tatin, grated ginger, honeycomb and almonds|
|Mouth||Vibrant and perfectly mature, with a subtle and elegant mineral note|
|Pairings||Aperitif, Grilled seafood, Grilled white fish, Roasted lamb, Tempura|
|Place of Production||N/A|
|Wine bottle size||0,75 L Standard|
Since the beginning of the 20th century, this cuvée had gone under the name of “Blanc de Blancs”, made with Chardonnay grapes.
To create this fresh and floral champagne the grapes are pressed gently, the juices are clarified very slightly and then go directly into wood.
The natural alcoholic fermentation (indigenous yeasts) and the malolactic fermentation begin spontaneously in the Stockinger casks and vats.
The wines are matured on the natural lees during their first year, with no filtering or fining being carried out.
The bottles are taken down into the coolness of the cellars and stacked on lattes, the second fermentation takes place and maturation goes on for at least two more years.