Tribaut Brut Origine
Tribaut Brut Origine is a fresh and fruity Champagne, middle to full bodied, that shows great length and good balance on the palate.
It is a blend of 40% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Meunier selected from 8 different terroirs; and includes 10% reserve wines aged in large oak casks (foudres).
Matured 3 years sur lie before disgorgement; dosage is 8 grams of sugar per litre.
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.
• 16.5/20 by Jancis Robinson
• Coup de Coeur (favourite) and 2 stars in the Guide HACHETTE
• Gold Medal at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles
• 90 Points in Wine Spectator
• 4* Stars & Silver Medal at the Decanter World Wine Awards
• Silver Medal at Mundus Vini – Grand International Award (Germany)
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.
A fruity nose with hints of pear and plum, as well as lovely overtones derived from the oak aged reserve wines which go into the blend. The palate is fresh with a mixture of toast and fruit that remain lively and light, the finish has great length, with a touch of lemon that lingers on the palate.
Le Brut Origine is ideal as an aperitif and is perfect for any drinking occasion.
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.