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Larmandier-Bernier Vintage Cramant Grand Cru 2006 MAGNUM
- Great Domaines
- Wine Advocate
all ratings out of 100 points.
We haven't chosen the easy road of common practices, but the much more gratifying way of cultivating the vine wisely. - Winemaker
Larmandier Bernier’s 2006 Extra Brut Grand Cru Cramant Vieilles Vignes emerges from a parcel of 48-70 year-old vines in Cramant. It is the only wine here vinified and aged exclusively in oak. 60% neutral barrels and 40% neutral foudres. Dried pears, hazelnuts, spices and dried flowers are given an additional measure of weight and volume by the old vines and aging in oak. The 2006 is a serious, weighty Champagne best suited to the dinner table, where its power and pure structure will be appreciated most. Dosage was just 2 grams per liter, but this fruit is so rich, it needs very little else." - Antonio Galloni, Wine Advocate
Immediately - 2018
Neutral barrique and cask for unspecified period
Vineyards & vinification:
Biodynamically cultivated from 40-70 year old vines.