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“Numbered bottles produced in limited series”


“Deriving from the Coeurs de Cuvee from the 2012 harvest of the terroirs of the Cote des Blancs (Grand Cru) and the Vallee de la Marne, this cuvee is vinified and matured in oak barrels for 30 months on lee, without malolactic fermentation or filtration, after the fashion of our ancestors.


In the Champagne tradition of centuries past, a cork stopper with staple is put in place upon bottling, and will be kept throughout the entire ageing on racks, enabling micro-oxygenation of the wine, to help guarantee long conservation. This Cuvee d’exception can be consumed right now, but can also be aged for many years in the calm and darkness of a temperate cellar.”

Olivier Collard


Blending: 80% Chardonnay, 20% Pinot Noir

Collard Picard, Cuvee des Archives Millesime 2012 extra brut

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