Bouchard Roses de Jeanne Ursules Blanc de Noirs

Bouchard

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Wine label
Vintage:2013
Bottle sizes:750 ML, 1.5 L
Country:France
Region:Champagne
Appellation:Champagne
Type:Sparkling
Varietals:Pinot Noir
Organic:Practicing
Vineyard:From a 0.9 hectare parcel of Pinot Noir with vines averaging 35 years of age.
Soil:Bands of Kimmeridgian soil common to Chablis. The Côtes des Bars is closer to Chablis than to Reims.
Viticulture:vines are farmed using organic methods
Vinification:1st press juice only, hand harvested and crushed by foot and fermented using indigenous yeast. Bottled unfined and unfiltered.
Aging:Aged for 28 months on the lees in stainless steel. Bottled with no dosage
Production:Extremely limited
Tasting:From a 0.9 hectare parcel of Pinot Noir with vines averaging 35 years of age. 1st press juice only, hand harvested and crushed by foot and fermented using indigenous yeast. Aged for 28 months on the lees in stainless steel. zero dosage.
 

Ratings

Antonio Galloni: 93
The 2013 Roses de Jeanne Blanc de Noirs Les Ursules is one of the most accessible of these wines today. Creamy, open-knit and gracious, the Ursules is graced with tremendous purity in its fruit and soft contours that make the wine easy to drink and enjoy, even at this early stage. The Ursules doesn't quite have the pedigree of the top wines in this range, but it is hugely enjoyable right now. Disgorged in April 2017 with no dosage.