Brut Nature

Blended without any dosage, our Brut Nature cuvée perfectly embodies the authentic style of our champagnes. Being the result of our expertise, this champagne is delicately elaborated, characterized by great freshness and wonderful purity. During tasting, sweet and indulgent fruity flavors are revealed both on the nose and on the palate.

– Manual harvest.
– Blended Champagne per excellence.
It combines the delicacy of Chardonnay (65%) with the structure of Pinot Noir (35%), from the Champagne vineyards.
– Dosage: zero dosage (0g/L): refinement in its purest form.

Tasting notes


A beautiful golden robe, adorned with red reflections.


The nose reveals aromatic richness characterized by delicate fruity and floral notes. Floral aromas, notably jasmine, captivate the senses. Fresh and refined nuances of citrus fruits, such as lemon and grapefruits, are revealed.


On the palate, the expression is pure and generous. Harmonious flavors of fruit, both crunchy and juicy, are revealed. Full-bodied and spicy hints intensify this authentic cuvée. The soft and fine bubbles enhance the tasting, offering a pure mouth with a lot of freshness.

Pairing suggestions

Our Brut Nature cuvée can be enjoyed right from the aperitif. It will sublimate seafood-based starters and dishes with a maritime and iodized touch, such as fish, oysters, urchins, and pink shrimps. This champagne goes wonderfully with Japanese cuisine for recipes made with sea ingredients, like sushi, sashimi, or makizushi.


– Gilbert @ Gaillard: Gold Medal since 2016.
– Gault & Millau, Guide des Champagnes: Recommended since 2017.

Our recommendations

To preserve the quality of the wine, it is recommended to store your bottles horizontally, preferably in a cellar, or in the dark, at a constant temperature between 10°C and 15 °C. Before tasting, it is advisable to store the bottle in the refrigerator for several hours. The ideal tasting temperature of the champagne is 8°C. This temperature allows the wine’s natural aromas to develop and fully express themselves.