Tasting | Champagne Tarlant

Champagne Tarlant BAM

Extremely delicate but at the same time untamed and complex. Wild flowers, camomile, dried herbs, hay notes and a hint of honey open the stage, then rhubarb and white currant set in. Tonic in its finish, with vibrant acidity and good grip on the palate.

25% Pinot Blanc, 25% Arbane, 50% Petit Meslier.

 

Champagne Tarlant Zéro Brut Nature

Resfreshingly pure and focused without being edgy, with lots of citrus fruit, pink grapefruit zest, notes of green
apple, straw and a dab of fresh yeast and butter.  Lengthy finish.

1/3 Pinot Noir, 1/3 Chardonnay, 1/3 Pinot Meunier.  Zero dosage.

 

Champagne Tarlant Vigne d’Antan 2002

Lots of hazelnuts and bitter almonds, with orange peel, tropic fruit of mango and dried pineapple. A hint of brioche. Silky and delicate in its texture, but powerful aromas with a long silky finish.

100% ungrafted Chardonnay. from pre-phylloxera plantings in the parcel “Les Sables”. Zero dosage. 

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Stefanie is the founder and chief editor of CUVÉE Magazine. Epicurean at heart and wine professional in life, she writes about all things wine and food that pamper her palate. Living in Champagne and holding the Champagne Master Level Certificate as well as WSET certificates, she can't stop discovering new bottles and the stories behind the labels.

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