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Beronia Gran Reserva 2012

After the best grapes were carefully selected from the Tempranillo (93%), Graciano (4%) and Mazuelo (3%) vineyards, they were cold macerated for several days prior to fermentation. Alcoholic fermentation took place next, at between 26 and 28ºC, with periodic pumping over. The must was allowed to macerate again post-fermentation. Lastly, Beronia Gran Reserva 2012 spent 28 months in French oak barrels, completing its ageing with a further 36 months in bottle prior to release. Beronia Gran Reserva 2012 is a very deep garnet colour. On the nose it displays a vast array of aromas, from stewed ripe fruit to prunes and nuts such as walnuts. Subtle hints of tobacco and powdered cacao also come through, together with white pepper and balsamic notes that add freshness. It delivers distinct notes of fruit and nuts on the palate, which provide structure and tannin. The wine is long, very complex, balanced and also sophisticated. Best served at 15º-17ºC with red meat, roast beef, mature cheese and chocolate desserts. Recommended for drinking from release until 2033.

Vilmart & Cie Blanc de Blanc 2012

A Sensual Minerality
  • Blending composed of 100% Chardonnay classified Premier Cru and from vines of sixty years old age (Les Blanches Voies parcel)
  • Manual harvest 2012,
  • Aging process: ten months in oak barrels of 228 l
  • Eighty-four months on lies in the cellars after bottling
  • No malolactic fermentation
  • Dosage: 4 g/l
  • Quantity limited to 2 900 bottles numbered
The straw-yellow colour with pale green highlights is fed by a very delicate effervescence announcing breadth and finesse. Nose: A harmonious bouquet of citrus fruits animates our senses with in particular, lemon, lime and grapefruit. In aromatic support, subtle vanilla notes and roasted hazelnuts bring structure and consistency to the wine. Palate: Our taste buds discover dried fruits always highlighted by vanilla and hazelnut. After a few moments, apricot, ripe pear and honeysuckle flavours complete this wine of great complexity. A delicate and silky texture on the mouth reflects the personality of this chiseled wine. This vintage made from sixty years old vines on a chalk floor, brings us a very developed mineral side. Food Pairing: This champagne can be enjoyed as an aperitif or as an accompaniment on a Saint-Jacques dish, sweetbreads or seafood such as oysters or caviar.