Grapes are the New Black
Blanc de Noir Champagne is known for its complexity and structure. Using only the red grapes of champagne (Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier) these bottles offer a different style than traditional blends. In this package, compare bottles with different varietals of these two grapes.
JM Goulard Paul Tradition
The traditional family cuvée, Paul Tradition is a blanc de noirs made from both Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir. Named after the first vigneron, Paul Goulard, this Champagne honors the three generations of Champagne Goulard. The palate is round and elegant with aromas of crisp apple and juicy pear.
Hervy-Quenardel Blanc de Noirs 2005 Grand Cru
Light gold in color with a pretty ring of yellow. Viscous weight and a bold nose of beautiful Pinot Noir fruit. If this was in a dark glass, it could be mistaken as a fine red Burgundy instead of a great Champagne. But the finish is purely Champagne, with bright acid and pure fruit, it lasts for minutes. This wine will age for decades but it is rocking right now!
Xavier Leconte Coeur d'Historie Blanc de Noirs
This historic cuvée represents the beginnings of Champagne Xavier Leconte. Complex, fruit-forward and balanced, it exudes great charm. A beautiful Champagne full of pleasure that will serve as a wonderful introduction to the house style.