"This blanc de noirs comes from a Pierry premier cru hillside vineyard named Les Gouttes d’Or planted with sélection massales primarily in 1951, with subsequent plantings in 1953, 1968, and 1971. The topsoil is an ochre clay with significant flint deposits on top of the Campanian chalk, elevations are in the lower-slope range of 100–110 meters, and the parcel is plowed by horse. This may be Jean-Marc's finest parcel of Meunier, growing in a site historically known for the varietal, making a wine with great elegance and precision.
This is raised in 300–350 liter barrels without malolactic fermentation, the cold stabilization is completed naturally, and there is neither fining nor filtration. The wine is aged under cork on its lees in bottle for four years before disgorgement. Annual production averages 150 cases."
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