Lively and intense with a delicate and persistent mousse, refreshing notes of lime and lemon combine with floral nuances, honey and a touch of mint on the palate. This champagne blossoms with complexity and finesse.
|Grapes||Pinot Noir 60%, Chardonnay 35%, Pinot Meunier 5%|
|Serve with||Seafood, fish dishes and Asian food|
|Awards||DWWA, Bronze, 2016; IWSC, Silver, 2016|
|Name||Champagne Bernard Remy Carte Blanche|
The Champagne House Bernard Remy is situated in Allemant, a small town at the edge of the Côte des Blancs famously known for it's high ends ripe Chardonnays. Sourcing from 11 hectares of vineyards the family Remy has at its disposal an exceptionally vast range of 'Crus', 'terroirs' and grape varieties to produce ﬁne, elegant and subtle Champagnes. In 1968, Bernard Remy bought his ﬁrst vines in the village. Since then, the winery was widened tree times and his son Rudy took over the reins in 2008. The discreet family winery saw their reputation gradually increase manly thanks to the word-of-mouth. They eventually took on the challenge of tackling the international markets. Thanks to the quality of their wines, their exceptional reliability and adaptability to the highest expectations Bernard Remy wines were duly awarded many times.
Sourcing from 11 hectares of vineyards the family Remy has at its disposal an exceptionally vast range of 'Crus', 'terroirs' and grape varieties to produce ﬁne, elegant and subtle Champagnes. The Comte Remy de Vallicourt is made from Bernard Remy's own vineyards, based in the Côtes des Blancs for Chardonnay and Aube for the Pinot Noir.
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