THE PURITY AND BRILLIANCE OF CHARDONNAY SUBLIMATE THIS EXCEPTIONAL CHAMPAGNE.
Each Barons de Rothschild Champagne has the exceptional characteristics that make it a very great Champagne. The Blanc de Blancs Barons de Rothschild asserts its finesse through its blend of the greatest Chardonnays of Champagne after at least four years of aging in the cellar. Endowed with an inimitable shine, delicate bubbles accompanied by luminous gold reflections, it reveals notes of fresh fruit and ripe citrus on the nose. The very low dosage of this wine and its long aging after disgorging (6 to 9 months) give it its maturity.
Chardonnay can develop all its authenticity and purity, which can be appreciated at all times of the day.
THE ART OF CHAMPAGNE BLANC DE BLANCS
We find in this pure, delicate and complex vintage the bias taken by the Rothschild family in the development of its wines: the concern for perfection, consistency, with a spirit of refinement and excellence which are the subject of the greatest attention.
An emblem that characterizes the Barons de Rothschild house, Chardonnay here marks the refined and daring style which distinguishes the Rothschild family’s passion for this grape variety in Champagne.
THE ART OF ASSEMBLY
This cuvée exclusively based on Chardonnay comes from the main wines of the Côte des Blancs: Avize, Cramant, Mesnil-sur-Oger, Oger. The reserve wines enter the blend at a minimum of 40%, exceptional know-how of the Barons de Rothschild house, which makes it a major asset in the ability to recompose a constant blend each year.
THE ART OF TASTING
AT THE EYE
Blanc de Blancs is distinguished by its crystalline pale yellow color which reveals a fine foam and a persistent bead of delicate bubbles.
Chardonnay particularly stands out in this cuvée with aromas of rare intensity and purity. The nose, dominated by citrus fruits, is mixed with aromatic hints of fresh almonds and dried fruits.
The attack on the palate is precise, clean, followed by a silky freshness supported by notes of citrus and white-fleshed fruits. The creamy sensation of fine chiseled bubbles is associated with a distinguished and persistent mineral sweetness