Wooden box containing a bottle of each vintage, 2006, 2007 and 2008 of the Art de Vigne cuvée.
These cuvées reflect the quintessence of the terroirs of the Jacques Picard house.
Developed each year to capture the characteristics of each harvest. The selection of old vines, barrel aging and batonnage, make it a wine focused on power and elegance. Coveted by connoisseurs, it is the ideal companion for exceptional moments.
Appearance: Straw yellow color with green reflections, creamy white foam, fine bubbles and persistent effervescence forming an important cord.
Nose: elegant and complex, with toasted aromas, butter and hazelnut, revealing notes of citrus and spices, the red fruits are present with a complexity coming from the barrels and long aging on the lees.
Palate: combining power and complexity, both ample and precise, it reveals notes of dried fruit. The finish is long and salty.
Blend: 60% Chardonnay, 20% Pinot Sucker, 20% Pinot Noir; vines over 25 years old.
Montagne de Reims: Berru, Montbré (1er cru)
Marne Valley: Avenay Val d'Or (1er cru)
Soils dominated by clay and limestone
Aging: Manual harvesting; vinified and aged in oak barrels for 8 months; weekly batonnage during the first months of breeding; Partial malolactic fermentation; aging on lees in bottles for at least 10 years in our cellars, developing a complex aromatic range, then a minimum rest of 3 months in the cellar after disgorgement