Presentation of the Tarlant Champagne House

"As close to the origin as possible, the pure Champagne wine."

The Tarlant Champagne estate comprises 14 hectares of vines spread over 55 plots of pinot noir (50%), chardonnay (30%) and pinot meunier (20%). Small quantities of "forgotten" Champagne grapes - Pinot Blanc, Arbanne and Petit Meslier - are also planted. In the vineyards, chemicals are never used and biodiversity is favoured. Because of the extremely diverse terroirs of the Marne, Benoit adapts his viticultural approach by plot, using the soil, the grapes and the micro-climate to guide him. 12 generations of savoir-faire also helps!

The cuvées of Champagne Tarlant

La Vigne Royale comes from a pinot noir vineyard, originally developed by Benoît and Mélanie's maternal grandfather in Celles-lès-Condés, at the confluence of the Dhuys and the Surmelin river, a terroir favoured by the Bourbon kings, hence its name.

La Vigne D'or comes from a parcel of Pinot Meunier. The vines are 65 years old and were planted by Benoît and Mélanie's paternal grandfather, Georges Tarlant.

Cuvée Louis : This is Benoît's tribute to his great-great-grandfather mentioned above and the top of Tarlant's top single vineyard: Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from a single plot of 65 year old vines (originally planted by Louis himself!), called Les Crayons, vinified and aged in oak barrels.

 

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