Champagne Brut “Carte Blanche” Bernard Remy is made by the traditional method Champagne, with the secondary fermentation taking place in the bottle. Champagne Brut “Carte Blanche” Bernard Remy has spent a minimum of two years ageing on its fine lees and has a dosage of 10g/l.
The vineyard sits on the undulating land over the white calcareous soils. These famous chalky soils are finely structured and more porous than other soil types, with the looser structure enabling the absorption of minerals by the vine. The chalky soils not only provide excellent drainage, but also impart an elegance and finesse to the resulting wine.
Champagne Bernard Remy is situated in the small town of Allemant, nestled on the edge of the Côte des Blancs which is famed for its white grape vineyards. With 11 hectares of vines located throughout the Champagne region, Champagne Bernard Remy, a winery family-run, has at its disposal an exceptionally vast range of crus, terroirs and grape varieties, from which they produce fine, elegant and subtle Champagnes. In 1968, Bernard Remy bought his first vines in the village and since then they have gone from strength to strength. His son Rudy, who started working for the family business in 1996, took over the reins in 2008 under the watchful eye of Bernard. After much domestic success they are branching out into international markets and we are delighted to add these stylish, award-winning Champagnes to our portfolio.