A Wine That
proves the liveliness of biodynamic farming in a single sip. With cherry stone and an earthy forest element, this is a Champagne of the wilderness. It will energise your whole body and leave you refreshed, wanting more.
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- Winemaker: Marie Courtin
Where and How?
From Dominique Moreau's biodynamic vines in Polisot, in the Côte des Bars southern region of Champagne.
This is massal selection Pinot Noir from her 2.5ha vineyard. The grapes were pressed directly, and the juice fermented naturally in stainless steel. Aged for three years before release. Unfined and unfiltered, with minimal sulphur, and very low dosage.
The Winemaker: Marie Courtin
Dominique Moreau chose to name her winery ‘Marie-Courtin’ in memory of her great-grandmother. She says, “It was my great grand-mother’s name, who, during the First World War, was a woman who worked on
the land, and who farmed using a horse, while the menfolk were on the front, therefore I wanted to pay homage to these women of courage and of strength”.
She has become celebrated worldwide for her natural approach to farming wines and making Champagne as naturally as possible. These are beautiful bottles with soul.