Tribaut Blanc de Noirs
A white Champagne made from black grapes – a 50/50 blend of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.
Since 2019 Tribaut has been one of the first Champagne houses to convert to fully organic growing – a rarity in Champagne and something that for the large Houses is almost impossible.
Grapes for Blanc de Noir are sourced from 4 terroirs – Romery, Eceuil, Damery & Olizy. Partially aged in oak barrels for 30 months and on the lees before disgorgement; there is no dosage (added sugar) at disgorgement – a Brut Nature Champagne.
• 89/100 in the Guide Gilbert & Gaillard
• 2 stars in the Guide Hachette des Vins
The purity of this champagne reveals an expressive nose and powerful aromatic profile with attractive notes of candied fruit. Fresh and gentle on entry to the palate is opens out to showcase a well-crafted and refreshing champagne which develops a citrus fruit character. The bubbles are fine and delicate.
Can be kept for 1 to 3 years.
About the Producer
Tribaut-Schloesser was founded in 1929 in the heart of the Champagne region in Romery, near Epernay. Four generations of the family have now built upon their passion and expertise to produce a range of impressively delicate and refined Champagnes.
Tribaut’s 25ha of vineyards are situated on sunny south west facing slopes in the very best locations between the Montagne de Reims and the Marne Valley. They are planted with the three principal varietals allowing all of their Champagnes to be produced solely with their own grapes.