Champagne Bernard Bijotat Brut Vintage 2007


This Champagne is made from 80% Chardonnay, 15% Pinot Meunier and 5% Pinot Noir. Chardonnay spends at least 6 months in vats. On the nose, floral and iodized notes appear. In the mouth, the attack is lively and balanced, with notes of figs and toasted bread.
To be drunk as an aperitif, but will be perfect with oily fish in cream sauce, and even with white meat, such as veal or filet mignon of pork with mushrooms.

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In the 19th century Paul Bijotat from Berry marries Helene Robert from a winemaking family in the Marne Valley. They settle in Romeny Sur Marne and produce white wine. Their son Maurice married Heliane Houdrichon, the consumption of Champagne is democratized and the first bottles of Champagne Maurice Bijotat are then produced and marketed, directly from the vault to Romeny Sur Marne.

In 1982 Bernard, their son, marries Fabienne Delalande. He then receives vines from his parents in Romeny Sur Marne. The Champagne Bernard Bijotat was borned. Today Sébastien Bijotat manages the operation. In 2013 the estate went from 9 Ha to 10 Ha by acquiring 2 plots in the Côte des Blancs, classified 1er Cru, to develop the Cuvée Blanc de Blancs 1er Cru, that we offer.

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