Pierre Bertrand Brut Tradition
About the Wine
The Maison Pierre Bertrand is located in Cumières, 2 kilometers from the Abbey of Hautvillers where the monk Dom Pérignon lived, an illustrious character from Champagne. Pierre Bertrand inherited a small area of vines from his grandmother, at the same time, he was employed by a winegrower, a passionate producer, who taught him how to make Champagne wine. In 1946 his passion for the product of the vine led him to develop, an exceptional Champagne in the pure respect of Champagne traditions.
Golden yellow in color, with bright tiny bubbles. Lemon citrus, and floral aromas on the nose. On the palate, lightly toasted with a subtle floral character and a long, spicy finish.
|Wine of Origin :||France|
|Cultivars:||32% Pinot Noir, 36% Meunier, and 40% Chardonnay.|
|Residual Sugar:||7 g/l|