Paul Clouet – Champagne Grand Cru

History

This small estate is owned by Marie-Therese Bonnaire (formerly Clouet) who is married to the famous winemaker Jean-Louis Bonnaire in Cramant. Paul Clouet is a so-called grower-Champagne – this means that the owner also makes the Champagne. The vineyards were previously part of the well-known wine house André Clouet before Marie-Therese decided to claim her share and start making her own Champagne. The name Paul Clouet derives from Marie-Therese’s father. The vineyards consist of mostly Pinot Noir of the Grand Cru variety.

Winemaking & Terroir

Grapes from Chouilly and Bouzy Grand Cru, 80% Pinot noir, 20% Chardonnay. The age of the vines is at least 25 years and the grapes are harvested by hand. Vinified traditionally and fermented a second time in the bottle. Stored for at least 36 months before disgorging.

Flavour profile

Delicate Grand Cru flavor concentration from the villages of Chouilly and Bouzy. Filled with tasty notes of red berries, bready autolytic notes and a delicious almost buttery note in the finish.

PRODUCER

Paul Clouet

REGION, COUNTRY
Champagne, France

GRAPE VARIETIES
Chardonnay, Pinot Noir

VINTAGE
NV

ARTICLE CODE

This article is ordered as a private import via Systembolaget’s website. Enter Provinum vinhandel AB in the supplier field and item number 5273701.

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