This champagne is a Blanc de Noir, white from black grapes.
And if that wasn’t enough for you, this champagne is Extra Brut. Extra Dry. Likely the majority of champagne you’ve drank is Brut. The drier style of an Extra Brut makes a great pairing for foods.
Grapes: 60 % Pinot Noir, 40 % Meunier
Aromas - bready and wheaty with a touch of hazelnut and cherry
To taste - Chalky mineral flavours really appear to complement the refreshing dry acidity
Pair it with a white meat dish such chicken, pork or veal.