Strength: 43.8% alc/vol
Located in Angeac Champagne, the Boinaud vineyard has belonged to the same family since 1640. Planted with Ugni Blanc and Colombard, the vineyard spans 410 hectares. Produced with a blend of Petite and Grande Champagne, this â€˜very superior old pale’ cuvee is much more than just an afterdinner drink. It is also designed to be used in cognac-based cocktails like the Vieux Carre.
Nose: The fruity initial nose is honeyed (lime blossom), vanilla
and fruity (apricot). Allowed to breathe, a layer of dried
fruit (almond) highlights the quality of its wood.
Palate: The exotic (persimmon, guava) attack is also empyreumatic (cedar). The mid-palate is fruity (Mirabelle plum). The well-balanced finish
is autumnal (mushroom, sweet chestnut). A hugely delicate mouthfeel.
Submit your review