R. Renaudin N.V. Brut Reserve
Our debut “vintage” of this cuvée was 2008, which was a hard act to follow. But Renaudin rose to the occasion and harnessed all that was possible from the seductive 2009 vintage, which is blended with 30% of older reserve wines. Still fresh from its extended period en tirage, the mousse is noticeably fine. The nose is markedly expressive, while the palate is broad yet taut. This will be another long-distance runner. This is the first rendition of this cuvée to be Blanc de Blancs, even though that is not mentioned on the label.
70% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir
Years in Blend
Stainless Steel 100%
Aging Duration (months)
Classical pruning methods practiced in champagne. For the chardonnay the pruning method used is Chablis.
Notes from the Producer: The specificity and the quality of our champagne begins from a qualitative approach in the vinyards. It is the terroir that epresses the specificity and the particularity by combining different elements like climate, eposition, geographical localisation and human factors. The vineyard is managed by combining the qualitative work of the soil and permanent grassing. We apply the plant protection products for the protection of the vines at low dose, only if it is necessary with a reasoned approach and sustainable approach.