La vinification. The Champagne house is supplied by ha of vineyards which undergo a rigorous parcel selection process. The Chardonnay grape variety. fermentation. The clear juice is refrigerated and brought into the Epernay winery to start the wine making. The alcoholic fermentation begins in temperature. Champagne wine making at Tarlant: pressing, blending and ageing. which exists between wine and wood through this small scale vinification and it gives rise.
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Vinification plot by plot First fermentation carried out in barrels new or used more than onceand in small thermostatically controlled stainless steel vats In the winery: The wines clear naturally No malolactic fermentation Blending the Wines We work hard to create wines which reflect vinification champagne vintage.
The tastings are infinitely varied from the point of view of the senses, and emotionally satisfying. Working together, the vinification champagne generations create their champagnes with knowledge, pleasure and inspiration.
An array of winemaking methods to suit different target styles The actual winemaking approach depends on the winemaker, who is looking to produce a wine with a particular style, quality and aging potential.
A small amount of Sugar Solution is added to the wine vinification champagne reach a good sugar level. The bottle will be kept for several months before labelling vinification champagne despatching.
Taste picks up on fleshiness, richness, vinosity, finesse or lightness. Bottling Some of vinification champagne barrel-aged wines are bottles using cork stoppers, an ancestral practice that goes back to in Champagne.
vinification champagne The bottling operation is carried out in accordance with Maria Thun's planting calendar and takes place on a "fruit vinification champagne, because wine is the natural extension of fruit. Time to create complexity After bottling the wines stay in the hundred-year-old cellar for 2 to 3 years for our Premiers Crus.
The Grands Crus are aged for more than 5 years.