Blanc de Noirs from a blend of old-vine Pinot Noir from Coulommes-la-Montagne, and Pinot Meunier from a parcel of ungrafted vines planted in (which has resisted phylloxera because of its sandy soils). The 2007 vintage is ample and rich, true to Coulon’s style and commitment to low yields. This wine is marked by its concentration and deep red fruited tones, and is surprisingly structured for 2007 with excepitonal textrue and internal capacity to age well. None of that, however, detracts from it’s elegance and poise. It spent 6 years on the lees before disgorgment and dosage was low - approximately 4 grams.