• Champagne Tarlant La Vigne Royale 2003 Extra Brut Blanc de Noirs

    In 1999, Tarlant created two single-vineyard, single-varietal cuvées that have become not only reference points for the terroir of Oeuilly, but also significant examples of the type of distinctive, highly individual terroir expression that can be achieved in Champagne through conscientious work in the vineyards and intelligent interpretation in the cellars.

    The first of these wines was La Vigne d'Antan, made from a small parcel of ungrafted chardonnay vines that were planted in the vineyard of Les Sables between 1951 and 1960. The second was La Vigne d'Or, a pure meunier from 60-year-old vines in the vineyard of Pierre de Bellevue.

    Tarlant is now ready to release a pinot noir counterpart to these, called La Vign
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