Champagne, 'L'Indigene,' Marteaux Guillaume 2016

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100% Pinot Meunier. Disgorgement: March 2022. Dosage: 5g/L

The Marteaux Guillaume estate took root in Bonneil, a small village listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, south of the Aisne and at the western end of the Champagne region. Nestled in the hollow of a circus of hills, the estate reveals a strong and unique terroir.

Located in the Marne Valley, this natural amphitheater allows the vine to find all its needs to flourish there thanks to the diversity of the soils. The vineyard thrives on clay-silt, clay-limestone, marl and clay soils. A vein of sand crosses a slope of the vineyard, adding diversity to the local terroir and giving the wines complex and original characteristics.

Thanks to this natural amphitheater with a drop of 120 meters and its ideal South/South-East exposure, the vines grow sheltered from the prevailing winds and produce ripe, tasty grapes. With its vines resulting from the massal selection, the grape variety mainly established on the terroir is Pinot Meunier, which today thrives with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

Harvest: 2016. Marl, clay-limestone

Aging: 6 years on the lees

Tasting Notes: "Fine bubbles, a golden color with copper highlights - intense shine, a gourmet nose and generous, peach, citrus and sweet almond aromas that will delight your taste buds.

Fine bubbles, a golden dress with copper reflections, a gourmet and generous nose, aromas of peach, citrus and sweet almond that will delight your taste buds.

This fruity but very little sweet champagne will perfectly accompany your dishes with balanced flavors (not too rich, not too spicy)."

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