Chanoine Freres Blanc de Noirs

28th April 2014

Chanoine Freres Blanc de Noirs

Blanc de Noirs


The skins of each grape of pinot noir and of pinot meunier ( two of the traditional Champagne varieties) take on a good deal of colour when harvesting time draws near.

To obtain a great ‘Blanc de Noirs’ Champagne, we have to press a ‘white’ grape juice from a ‘black’ grape, which means taking the greatest care during the pressing and during the fermentation.

As a result, both the aromas of berry fruits and the powerful, individual structure of this magnificent’ Blanc de Noirs’ combine to give you a memorable experience.

60% Pinot Noir
40% Pinot Meunier

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