Organic, Biodynamie, Vegan
100% Pinot Noir The Lahaye family has been making Champagnes in and around the Grand Cru village of Bouzy in Montagne de Reims since the 1930's. Benoit took control of the domaine in 1993 and began applying the principles of biodynamic viticulture to improve the characteristics of the terroir, and reveal the full potential of the soil and the vines. Benoit says that the switch to biodynamic practices has increased natural acidity levels. 100% Pinot Noir from “Les Juliennes”, a vineyard located on the terres blanches in Bouzy, on the border with Tauxières, and planted in 1973. Shallow, brown chalk soils. Whole cluster maceration for 2 to 3 days, then direct pressing. The still wine is racked once and not filtered before its secondary fermentation. Low dosage of 2 to 3 grams/liter (extra dry). Production: 4000 bottles.