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Lombard Brut Nature Le Mesnil Sur Oger
A Champagne Grand Cru brut nature du Mesnil Sur Oger exclusively.
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Created in 1925, Maison Lombard is a family Domaine located in Epernay. The vineyard has been in organic conversion since 2018.
Thomas Lombard has imagined a series of single-crop, parcel-based Champagnes, made primarily from Premier and Grand Cru in the Secteur of the Montagne de Reims West.
All cuvees are Brut nature or Extra-Brut, to reveal the identity of each place with authenticity.
Description Lombard Brut Nature Le Mesnil Sur Oger.
It is a Champagne elaborated exclusively from chardonnay grape variety coming exclusively from Mesnil-sur-Oger classified Grand Cru of Champagne. TheMesnil-sur-Oger, renowned for the quality of its chardonnay grape variety and its clay-limestone soils,The Lombard vineyard is exposed to the South-East, a guarantee of quality for an optimal maturation.
After fermentation, the wines are bottled and then put in a deep cellarcellar, protected from the light, at an almost constant temperature to age on laths for a minimum of 4 years.
The robe is bright gold.
The nose offers a wide range of perfumes of white flowers and fruits such as vine peach with some touches of pear. Inmouth, the attack is fresh and silky intermingled withof citrus fruits such as Corsican clementine or Menton lemon, sharpened by a touch of lime, while the finish is mineral and chalky.
Food and wine pairing : to be enjoyed as an aperitif around 10/12°C. Once served in a flute, leave it for a few minutes before tasting while the wine opens up.
Perfect with lobster or blue lobster carpaccios from Brittany or Scotland, or sushi. Ideal with red mullet grilled a la plancha over an oak fire, or simply with goose or duck foie gras from the Gers.
Bottles to be kept in a cellar protected from light and noise with a hygrometric degree of about 70%.
We suggest successive tastings in order to measure its olfactory and gustatory evolution until its qualitative peak.