Côte des Blancs - Champagne
Champagnes that uses 100% Chardonnay grapes are called Blanc de Blancs. Chardonnay is the world’s most popular and well-known grape variety. Unlike the purplish Pinot Noir, Chardonnay grapes have a green, almost golden appearance and produce white wine. Chardonnay grapes are often confused with those of Pinot Blanc, since both varieties have similar looking leaves, grape vines and cluster shapes. Its appeal and dominance in both the sparkling and still wine has often given it the nickname, “Noble Chardonnay”.
Pâté en croûte (crunchy crust)
Seasonal Salad in a jar with grains, pasta, rice or potatoes
Toasted bread with a local cheese: Chaource, brie de Meaux or Langre
Jar with cottage cheese, biscuit and fruits