Marie Courtin 'Indulgence,' Extra Brut Rosé, Champagne, France 2019 [disg. 11.22]

Marie Courtin &

Marie Courtin 'Indulgence,' Extra Brut Rosé, Champagne, France 2019 [disg. 11.22]

Dominique Moreau named her estate after her grandmother, Marie Courtin, whom she describes as a “woman of the earth.” Her vision was to produce a series of single-vineyard, single-variety, single-vintage Champagnes from biodynamically grown grapes that are farmed and elaborated with meticulous care. This idea contrasts with Champagne's predominant mindset, which has historically focused on blending grapes, vineyards, and vintages to achieve a consistent product or "house style." The estate is located in the village of Polisot in the Aube. You'll find champagnes from this region retain a freshness similar to Chablis, as the soil in the Aube is Kimmeridgian limestone, like that of Chablis.

Balanced above all else, the Indulgence rose is made from 100% Pinot Noir that is macerated for four days. Aged on lees for three years. Not too fruity, not too meaty...just right! Non-dosé.

Grape: 50-year-old Pinot Noir vines from .30 hectares, low SO2, Non-dosage 

Soil: sandy marl with veins of Kimmeridgian

Viticulture: Biodynamic

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sparkling wine, rose
pinot noir

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