Blanc de Blancs showcases a champagne made solely from white grapes.
The difference between a brut champagne and a Blanc de Blancs champagne lies in the grape varieties used for their production. While Blanc de Blancs is exclusively made from Chardonnay, the brut champagne is made from a blend of 3 Champagne grape varieties, namely Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. A Blanc de Noirs champagne is the opposite of a Blanc de Blancs, made of exclusively red grapes.
The very elegant Blanc de Blancs champagne seduces both with its vivid, pale yellow color with golden tints and with its purity and aromatic palette, which mixes floral fragrances (acacia, elderflower) with characteristic buttery and brioche notes.
Renowned for its delicacy, sophistication and freshness, the Blanc de Blancs champagne, ideal as an aperitif, blends harmoniously with seafood, with which it will reveal a delicate salinity, or cheese.