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Champagne Jeaunaux-Robin Talus-Saint-Prix Brut NV
Champagne from France - Champagne
This is from the southernmost tip of the Côte des Blancs, a village that specialises in the red pinot meunier and pinot noir grapes. This blend of 60% pinot meunier, 30% noir and just 10% chardonnay shows off the terroir perfectly. A rich mirabelle-scented nose, with toast and lemon curd notes on the elegant palate.
Price: £35.81 Bottle
Original price: £214.86 Sale price: £179.05 Case of 6
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- 1 - Bone dry
- Pinot Noir
- 12% Alcohol
- no oak influence
- Champagne cork
Founded in 1964 by Michel and Marie-Claude Jeaunaux, this property is now run by their son Clémence. Situated in the village of Talus Saint Prix, Champagne Jeaunaux-Robin now own five hectares planted to around 74% pinot meunier, 23% pinot noir and 3% chardonnay.
Jeaunaux-Robin is run on sustainable principles – no chemical fertilisers or insecticides are used. Since 2002 they have vinified some of their best cuvées in oak barrels made from oak originating in the Champagne region.
Lovely mealy notes onthe nose with much better citrus fruit concentration than the Marc Hébrart. Dryand persistent with lovely smoke character to finish. Elegant, flavoursome,good value.
A new wine for The Wine Society, this lovely biodynamic grower Champagne is a Pinot Meunier-dominant blend from a 5.7ha 40-year-old vineyard founded in 1964. It's fermented in large oak foudres ...A new wine for The Wine Society, this lovely biodynamic grower Champagne is a Pinot Meunier-dominant blend from a 5.7ha 40-year-old vineyard founded in 1964. It's fermented in large oak foudres and spends 42 months on its lees, lending round, creamy, toasty notes to the tight, complex palate of plums, citrus zest and bright acidity. Great value! Tina Gellie
A grower Champagne, at the southern edge of Cote des Blanc. Lovely aromas with flavours of plum, toast and lemon curd.