dosnon recolte noire champagne n.v. 750ml
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Recolte Noire is a Blanc de Noirs made entirely from Pinot Noir with a minimum of two years aging in the bottle and with a dosage around 7g/L. While most growers would put a Blanc de Noirs at the end of a tasting of their Champagnes Davy puts it near the start as Pinot on Kimmeridgian soils is delicate, filigreed and mineral. The Récolte Noire certainly has all those characteristics along with a toastiness and elegance of fruit that resembles fresh raspberry or strawberry. Davy states that the refined fruitiness in his wines is from fermenting the base wine in used Puligny-Montrachet barrels which makes sense as he learned his trade in Burgundy.
W&S93, Wine & Spirits
"A sibling to Récolte Blanche, this is pinot noir grown in Kimmeridgean limestone, fermented in used Puligny-Montrachet barrels. It’s muscular and red fruited, with some fiery, spicy volatility that smooths out with air. Decant it and you’ll find a precise wine, ornate in its sunny wild strawberry notes, stemminess and dry red spice. A supple beauty from the Aube."
WW93, Wilfred Wong of Wine.com
"COMMENTARY: The Champagne Dosnon Recolte Noire Brut is fresh, active, and persistent. TASTING NOTES: This wine shines with aromas and flavors of red fruits and tart berries. Pair it with Thai basil chicken. (Tasted: September 20, 2022, San Francisco, CA)"