Sparkling wine Tarlant, Cuvée Louis Brut Champagne
Sparkling - With layers of complex flavors after years on the lees, the wine over-delivers in secondary aromas and racy acidity.
The wine is highly complex, with intense notes of nougat, nuts, berries, and baked pastry. It also offers a zippy acidity, an oxidative note, and a chalky mouthfeel. Nonetheless, it is a deep and powerful wine.
The complexity of the wine deserves a complex dish like scallops, seafood ravioli, or lobster. Other rich fishes, like salmon and fresh tuna, are also exceptional choices.
The vineyards are located on the slopes of their les Crayons vineyards. The soil varies vastly here but offers a high chalk content, adding to the wines’ uniqueness.
The wine is an even blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir and frequently spends 15 years on the lees.
The wine has received raving reviews from James Suckling, Wine Enthusiast, Wine Advocate, and Wine Spectator.