Blanc de Noirs, rich and complex - Champagne Telmont US

Blanc de Noirs, a rich and complex Champagne

Blanc de Noirs Champagne is a unique and distinctive style of Champagne. This Champagne is made exclusively from black-skinned grapes, typically Pinot Noir and Meunier. This style of Champagne is famous for its rich and full-bodied character, with complex aromas and flavors of red fruits, spices, and toasted nuts. The term "Blanc de Noirs" translates to "white from black" in French, referring to the fact that the juice from black grapes is clear and white.

Blanc de Noirs Champagne has a long and fascinating history, dating back to the 18th century. During that time, winemakers typically made Champagne from black grape varieties since they were the most common grape varieties in the region. However, the rise in popularity of white grapes, particularly Chardonnay, led to a shift in the style of Champagne produced. Blanc de Noirs Champagne became increasingly rare, but in recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in this unique style of Champagne. 

A Unique and Exceptional Wine

Telmont Blanc de Noirs 2014 is a remarkable and exceptional wine that  exemplifies the best of this style. Produced exclusively from Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, this wine is a true standout. On the nose, this Champagne offers a complex and enticing bouquet of aromas. An awakening of the senses. The first scents of red berries evolve and elegantly reveal more sensuous aromas such as meringue and dragée almonds. On the palate, a symphony of red fruits reveals dark spices, cardamom, vanilla and caramel.

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Telmont's commitment to quality is evident in every aspect of this wine.

Telmont and its winegrower partners carefully select and harvest the grapes by hand. The wine ages for at least six years before its release. The result is a wine that is both complex and elegant. A wine with a depth of flavor that is sure to impress.

The Blanc de Noirs 2014 passes through a meticulous vinification process, involving fermentation in both oak casks and vats. This combination allows for a harmonious integration of flavors and textures.

Following fermentation, the wine ages with a cork stopper, which contributes to its maturation and development of nuanced aromas. Additionally, to achieve optimal clarity and refinement, the bottles are carefully riddled. This method involves gradually rotating and tilting the bottles to facilitate the removal of any sediment before disgorgement.

Pairing Telmont Blanc de Noirs 2014

Blanc de Noirs Champagne is a versatile wine that pairs well with a wide range of foods. The rich, full-bodied character of this Champagne makes it an excellent choice to serve Bellota and hearty, flavorful dishes. The red fruit notes in the wine complement the creamy richness of the cheese, creating a delicious and satisfying pairing.

Serving Telmont Blanc de Noirs 2014

To fully appreciate the complexity and depth of Telmont Blanc de Noirs 2014, it should be served at the right temperature and in the right glassware. You should serve the Champagne chilled, but not too cold. Ideal temperature oscillates around
10 degrees, which is slightly cooler than room temperature. It is best to serve this wine in a wine glass, which will allow the complex aromas and flavors to fully develop. When pouring the wine, be sure to hold the bottle at a slight angle to prevent the wine from foaming up and spilling over the rim of the glass.

Telmont Blanc de Noirs 2014 is an exceptional example of Champagne. Its rich, full-bodied character and complex flavors make it a standout wine that is sure to impress even the most discerning wine lovers. So next time you are in the mood for a glass of Champagne, consider trying our Telmont Blanc de Noirs 2014 for a truly exceptional experience.

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