A fresh, mineral food lover's Champagne
Located on a plot Coessens refers to as 'Mineral', you can guess how this Champagne feels as it rolls across the tongue.
'The vineyard, l’Argillier”, so named due to the high concentration of clay (Argile) in the limestone and chalk-based soils on his hillside. The clay brings a great sense of power and depth to the wines, matched with the bright acidity and richness of fruit. These are serious wines, rich and concentrated, and impeccably made in miniscule quantities.'