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Bruno Paillard Dosage : Zéro

Champagne - Brut nature - Grand Cru - Bruno Paillard

Cuvee from 30 different cru of noble terroirs whose composition is kept secret.

$51.48
Bottle 0.75L
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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Data sheets
Grape varieties
Pinot Meunier 50%
Pinot Noir 25%
Chardonnay 25%
Bruno Paillard

Bruno Paillard

The House of Bruno Paillard was born out of a simple yet ambitious desire to create a special, personal Champagne of the highest purity. So in 1981, at the age of only 27, Bruno Paillard embarked on the adventure of founding his own house, making it one of the youngest houses of Champagne. Today, its vineyard reaches a size of 32 hectares of vines, 12 of which are classified as Grand Cru, and each cuvée is the object of delicate attention as much as it is demanding.

What is the history of the House Bruno Paillard?

When he started his own Champagne business at just 27 years old, Bruno Paillard first rented a winery and meticulously selected his grapes from rigorous and trusted winemakers, whom he knew from his past as a broker. He thus elaborates his Champagnes with a very personal style. At first, their distribution was exclusively for export and very quickly, the quality of the Champagnes of Bruno Paillard was recognized by the Anglo-Saxon critics from the 1990s. Then faced with the increasing demand for its vintages, Bruno Paillard begins the acquisition of vineyards in 1994: it will be the first 3 hectares of Grands Crus in Oger in Côte des blancs.... See more ...

Description Bruno Paillard Dosage : Zéro.

This Champagne is a selection exclusively from the first press - the "cuvée", the purest - of the three grape varieties, for the most part vinified in small oak barrels.

The cuvée "Dosage: Zéro" is blended from half of reserve wines stored by the house since 1985 in a solera principle.

The first notes of white fruit and fresh almond, both generous and without opulence. On opening, aromas of chocolate and toast appear, mixed with fresh raspberries, star anise and candied chestnuts.

The attack is both lively and greedy, blooming generously on the palate. In the mouth, we find the aromatic richness promised by the nose, in a lively and chiseled texture. Tight, saline finish, and extremely persistent.

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