Tarlant is a small but very excellent maison, rooted in the Champagne region since 1687, when the progenitor Pierre Tarlant began to cultivate the vine. A century later the Talant family moved to Oeuilly, in the Vallé de la Marne, where it contributed, with the first Tarlant Cuvées of the 1920s, to the so-called Révolution Champenoise, that is, to the prestige and excellence of French bubbles in the world. The company was one of the first to promote non-dosed champagnes.
Pinot Noir 50%
It is produced according to the so-called methode champenoise or classic method, a method in which the wine undergoes two different fermentations: the first, the alcoholic one (which it shares with the rest of the wines) takes place in vats for fermentation; the second instead takes place directly in the bottle and ensures that during this second procedure, thanks to particular yeasts, the wine also develops carbon dioxide (which will then give life to the famous bubbles when uncorked).
Champagne of extreme complexity and very fine bubble. It plays between very elegant oxidative notes and great evolution contrasted by a surprising freshness and depth. On the finish notes of smoked chalk.
It goes well with fish dishes, seafood, cheeses and appetizers of various kinds; given its structure and complexity, it is also a great wine for meditation or in combination with refined dishes.