Champagne Tarlant La Lutétienne 2005
Anecdote of this cuvée : Here is a new Champagne Brut Nature from La Maison Tarlant. This superb cuvée takes its name from the Lutetian limestone subsoil and is Parisian if we refer to the ancient Lutetia (Paris) built of Lutetian limestone. A full-bodied, delicious, greedy and round Champagne; well-fleshed out in style. A long finish, with a superb mineral side, worthy of the Tarlant house! Limited edition : 2 800 bottles produced ! It is and will remain rare!
× PLACES "Mocque Tonneau", "Four à Chaux", "Le Métier" in Celles-lès-Condé and "Les Forgeottes", "L'Enclume" in Œuilly
× SUBSOLVES Hard limestones mainly with lignite of the Lutetian at "Mocque-Tonneau", "Four à Chaux" and "Le Métier" and friable to soft limestones of the Lutetian at "Les Forgeottes" and "L'Enclume
× VILLAGES Celles-lès-Condé and Œuilly, Marne Valley
× VINEYARD CULTURE Minimal soil disturbance with natural grassing between rows, light plowing under the row. Plant studies, herbotherapy applications. Soft pruning using the Poussard method. Green manure and natural fertilization
× MILLENNIUM CHARACTERISTICS Contrasted, with a hot season and cool weather at the end of September harvest
× GRAPE VARIETIES 80% Chardonnay 20% Pinot Noir WINE
× HARVEST from September 19 to 29, 2005
× TRADITIONAL VINIFICATION Gentle pressing by gravity. Vinification by plot. First spontaneous fermentation in oak barrels. 6 months on lees. No induced malolactic. No filtration or clarification.
× BILLED May 4, 2006
× AGEING 14 years and 9 months on the lees in the bottle, disgorged on February 1, 2021
× DOSAGE 0g/L Brut Nature
× PRODUCTION 2800 bottles
|Volume||12,50 % vol - 75 cl|
|Prix||From 50 to 80 €|