The Blanc de Noirs of Armand de Brignac, 100% pinot noir, was made with the fruits harvested in the famous Pinot Noir growing region of Reims Mounting Champagne, France. It is a blend of three different vintages made using the best crop by the excellent father and son team of winemakers, Jean-Jacques and Alexandre Cattier.
"Our goal with this new batch was to create a champagne quite memorable and unique," says winemaker Jean-Jacques Cattier. "The Blanc de Noirs will titillate your taste buds and brighten your perfectly flat, with its layers of complexity, power, and, most importantly, its finesse."
The Blanc de Noirs is presented in the emblematic metallic bottle Armand de Brignac, with the unique color of the bottle of this wine is almost black tone, inspired by black grapes from which champagne is made. Each bottle is hand polished, contained in its labels in French tin, and placed in a lacquered wood presentation box of the highest quality. With this level of work, less than 3000 bottles will be marketed worldwide.