Armand de Brignac Blanc de Noirs
The Blanc de Noirs is presented in the iconic metallized Armand de Brignac bottle, with this cuvee's unique bottle color identifying as an almost-black shade - inspired by the black grape from which the champagne was created. Each finished bottle is hand-polished, fitted with four French pewter labels, and then placed in a premium wooden lacquered presentation box. With its distinct craftsmanship, less than 3,000 bottles have been released globally.
The Armand de Brignac Blanc de Noirs, a 100% Pinot Noir, was crafted with fruit harvested from the lauded Pinot Noir growing region of Montage de Reims in Champagne, France. It is a blend of three distinct vintages crafted from the finest harvests by the signature father and son wine making team, Jean Jacques and Alexandre Cattier.
The palate is highlighted by the stunning 2008 vintage, presenting a powerful yet refined structure with notes of orange blossom and brioche, with bright red fruit flavours. Six years of ageing provided the champagne with layers of complexity and an exquisitely fine bubble.
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