Chardonnay in purity, it is fine and elegant, ideal for cheering up an aperitif toast. The grapes, after harvesting, are gently pressed, and the must ferments, also carrying out the malolactic fermentation in steel containers. The Crémant then rests on the lees for a minimum of 18 months, and, at the end of this period, the disgorgement, dosage and bottling operations are carried out.
At sight it shows an iridescent color, between lemon and golden, with a soft and creamy foam; the perlage is characterized by a fine grain and a good persistence. The nose moves around light touches of white flowers and hints of almond alternating with touches of brioche. When tasted it has a good personality, with a soft, almost tactile sip.
Excellent during an aperitif, where it accompanies different types of finger food and canapés. Gives the best of itself with scallops au gratin.