This shows its extended time on its lees with an aroma set of a savory leesy aspect with chalky minerality, apricot, yellow apple, and toasted almond. The palate is moderate in weight with an initial hit of marzipan, chalk, oxidized apple, and aged orange zest. D&M Tasting Notes
Disgorged: March 2018
Pierre Tarlant, began wine cultivation in 1687 in Burgundy. To name all of the members of the Tarlant family would be like the beginning of the Old Testament, but we feel it important to highlight a several significant Tarlants. In 1780 as our Revolutionary War entered its second phase Louis Tarlant and his wife went to live in Oeuilly in the Marne and began to plant vineyards. In 1911 Louis Adrien Tarlant took part in the "Champagne Revolution” to recognize the AOC worldwide. Louis, as Mayor of Oeuilly, and his colleagues were instrumental in specifying the AOC Champagne area in 1927.
Louis Adrien,with his wife’s help, also the first to launch a cuvee Tarlant, named Carte Blanche. Today the 12th generation of the Tarlant family is learning the ropes with Benoit spending time in the cellar and learning winemaking with his father and Melanie working the world marketing and selling the products of their family’s cellars.
Their holdings are spread across 55 different parcels in four villages. The Tarlant family has a deep respect for their land, and utilizes non-fertilizer interventions to improve their land.
Tarlant Cuvee Louis Brut Nature Champagne
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- SKU #: 9620