Champagne CARTE NOIR Brut, Jean Paul Deville


Jean Paul Deville House

Traditional Champagne, fresco, mineral very suitable for aperitifs and as an accompaniment throughout the meal. The Pinot Noir gives it an excellent elegance and the Chardonnay the softness typical of the region from which it comes.

pairing: ideal with starters, unseasoned cold cuts, buffalo mozzarella and with fish-based preparations such as sushi, sashimi,tartare and first courses with fish sauces or second courses with both stewed and grilled fish.



Champagne CARTE NOIR Brut


The cellar, which enjoys an exceptional terroir, is located in Verzy, just twenty kilometers from Reims, and can count on vineyards classified as "Grand Cru", meaning that it only identifies 17 of the aggregates 324 crus that make up the Champagne regional viticultural mosaic. Jean Paul annually, from the various vineyard plots of the company, collects grapes with very different characteristics and peculiarities, in order to obtain unique Champagne, complex, articulate and full of character, both in scents and in taste as "Black card" which is mainly vinified(75%) with Pinot Noir and the remaining Chardonnay. It is an excellent and refined Champagne obtained with a 70% of vintage wine, to which a 30% of reserve wine aged in wood. In the glass, pale golden with straw yellow reflections. Fine and consistent perlage. Fresh aromas on the nose, mineral and fruity and seduces with a delicate toasted nuance. On the palate it is balanced, elegant and refined, with a pleasantly savory finish.

Additional information


Jean Paul Deville


Champagne, France

Data sheet

Alcoholic degree : 12,0%

Grapes : 75% Pinot Noir 25% Chardonnay

Type : Champagne Brut AOC

winemaking: Harvest August / September, fermentation in stainless steel and part in wood, 2 fermentation in the bottle for 24/30 months, blending with wines from other vintages.

Service : 8° / 10 ° degrees in balloon flute


0,75 l


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