Regarding the Champagne Leclerc Briant Abyss 2014
Unique ! In collaboration with Amphoris, a company specialized in underwater operations, champagne House Leclerc Briant created the Abyss cuvée, with the 2014 harvest, which is specifically dedicated for underwater aging.
Grapes are selected for their famous chalky soils, in perfect harmony with the sedimentary marine basement of Stiff Bay, near Ouessant island in Brittany.
This outstanding cuvée is equally elaborated from Chardonnay, Pinots noirs and Pinot Meunier.
Exclusively sourced from the 2014 harvest, bottled in July 2015, disgorged in March 2018 and then submerged under the sea in June of the same year. Abyss 2014 was raised from the depths in June 2019.
At first sight, this champagne shows fine and live bubbles, announcing a rich and fresh wine. On the nose, you discover a deep and concentrated sensation.
The palate is sharp and fresh, with a creamy effervescence. The champagne develops a fruity structure, underlined by a citrus acidity. The finish is harmonious and echoes the delicacy of limestone. The saline imprint is clearly noticeable.
The tasting demonstrates the perfect know-how of the house, revealing a sandy and mineral signature.
This cuvée is the ideal partner of Atlantic oysters, raw salmon or a grilled John Dory fish…
Cuvée Abyss 2014 from Maison Leclerc Briant is presented in its free box.