Esterlin Champagne Blac de Blancs Cléo Brut 2010

Esterlin Champagne Blac de Blancs Cléo Brut 2010

Esterlin, 0,75 l - 12.00%
100% Chardonnay

HK$ 420.00
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Champagne region - France
White classic method sparkling wine brut

How to serve

Serve at:

06 - 08°C.

Longevity:

05 - 10 years

Glass:
Charmat Method Sparkling Wines
Esterlin Champagne Blac de Blancs Cléo Brut 2010

Colour

Clear and limpid, crystalline with green reflects.

Bouquet

Full of freshness with a nice complexity and quite a maturity. Notes of white fruits such as apples and pears.

Flavour

Very rich, greedy champagne with honey notes. High potential for ageing and become a lovely refine champagne.

Pairing

The Cléo will be the perfect match for your cooked fish such as a wild turbo roasted with half-salted butter, a pan-fried scallop just garnished with shallot reduction, sautéed razor clam with candied lemon and butter croutons.

Starters
Fish
Shellfish
Cheese

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Features

Name Esterlin Champagne Blac de Blancs Cléo Brut 2010
Type White classic method sparkling wine brut
Classification AOC Champagne Blanc de Blancs Brut
Year 2010
Size 0,75 l Standard
Alcohol content 12.00% by volume
Grape varieties 100% Chardonnay
Country
Region Champagne region
Origin Coteaux Sud d’Epernay, Vallée du Mancy (France)
Total acidity 4.75 gr/L
pH 2.90
Production year 65,000 bottles
Allergens Contains sulphites
Pairing The Cléo will be the perfect match for your cooked fish such as a wild turbo roasted with half-salted butter, a pan-fried scallop just garnished with shallot reduction, sautéed razor clam with candied lemon and butter croutons.
On offer Price Esterlin Champagne Blac de Blancs Cléo Brut 2010 HK$ 420.00 

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Hachette
 
1 star - Very popular wine 2010
Wine Spectator
89/100 
2010
xtraWine
89/100 
2010
Esterlin
From this winery:

In February 1948, 3 families, Fransoret, Dehu and Cadestin, from Mancy, village of the Coteaux Sud of Epernay, close to the Côte des Blancs, have gathered on a common project to produce Champagne. They were then 29 members on a global surface of 23 H...

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