Nicolas Feuillatte was an exceptional man in every respect. With his sense of daring and innate entrepreneurial spirit, throughout his career he has perfected the art of transforming his ideas into pure genius. Having made his fortune in the United States, he decided to create a Champagne that would reflect his own personality: hedonistic, and with exacting standards when it comes to the quality of the experience that he delights in sharing.
Faced with competition from centuries-old Champagne Houses, in just 35 years, the brand has climbed through the ranks to the roster of the Champagne greats. The secret to its success lies in remaining true to its traditions and respecting the valuable work of its member growers and indeed all its teams. In this way the Champagne House has.
The Brut Réserve is aged for at least 3 years in our cellars, even though the legal minimum ageing requirement is 15 months.
A range of different crus make up the blend.
Pale yellow with silver tinges, brilliant and crystalclear revealing a persistent ribbon of delicate bubbles. Initially restrained, fresh white fruit aromas of apple, pear and peach intermingle with curry and turmeric spices. As the bouquet becomes more expressive, ripe fruit notes jostle for position. Clean on the attack, elegant and complex, a delicate bead imparts freshness on the finish.
-Gold medal – San Francisco International Wine Competition 2010
- Top value Champagne » 92/100 – Wine Spectator 2011
- Gold medal – Vinalies China 2013
peach, lemon,orange,cream,strawberry and flower
apple, pear, peach, apricot, lemon,tomato and flower