The structure of Chardonnay, the finesse of Pinot Noir and the softness of Meunier have been brought together for a minimum of 18 months on lees, in the classic Méthode Traditionelle style. This wine has elegance, complexity and wide appeal. Aromas of autolysis, peach, baked apple and citrus. A fine mousse, bold acidity and flavours that reflect the nose.
About No.1 Family Estate
For almost 40 years, champagne maker Daniel Le Brun has had one goal: to make Méthode Traditionelle wines that rival the best in the world and to do it in Marlborough, New Zealand.
The first record of a Le Brun planting vines in Frnace is from 1684 and the family still produce Méthode Traditionelle under their own labels in France today.