Larmandier-Bernier - Latitude Blanc de Blancs 1er Cru : vol, breed, pittig.

31,40 € Excl. BTW - 38,00 € incl. BTW

Terug op stock per 03/08/2021.






91/100 Robert Parker, Wine Advocate :

"Latitude heeft een genereus boeket van geel boomgaardfruit, perzik, geblancheerde amandel en witte bloemen. Vol, breed en getextureerd in de mond, vlezig en vol, met rijpe maar pittige zuren en een kern van gespierd fruit, eindigend met een uitgebreide afdronk."



Neus : aroma's van perzik, groene appel, sinaasappelschil, kweepeer, wilde bloemen.
Smaak : droog, fris, zacht, vol, breed, gestructureerd, vol, met rijpe maar pittige zuren en een gespierde kern van fruit, eindigend met een uitgebreide afdronk.
Druivensoort : 100% Chardonnay. 40% reservewijnen zijn aangevangen in 2004.
Terroir : Vertus Premier Cru, Côte des Blancs.
Dosage : 4 g/l (extra brut).
Vinificatie : gebruik van inheemse gisten, houten Stockinger vaten en in stalen kuipen ; bewaring 3 jaar op droesem.
Biodynamische landbouw sinds 1999.


100% chardonnay



- 15/20 Revue du vin de France


- 16/20 Bettane & Desseauve


- 91/100 Robert Parker 2020 (Wine Advocate) :

"Based on the 2016 vintage and disgorged in December 2018, the latest release of Larmandier-Bernier's non-vintage Extra-Brut Blanc de Blancs Latitude bursts with a generous bouquet of yellow orchard fruit, peach, blanched almonds and white flowers that's less citrusy and stony then the corresponding Longitude. Full-bodied, broad and textural on the palate, it's fleshy and enveloping, with ripe but racy acids and a muscular core of fruit, concluding with an expansive finish."


92/100 James (2019) :

"From the south of Vertus, this has a very fresh, lemon and peach style with a gentle, lemon-pastry edge. The palate has a very fleshy feel with attractively ripe and supple, fleshy and gently chalky finish. Base of 2016 vintage with 35% reserve wines. Drink now. Disgorged September 2018."


- 92/100 Antonio Galloni, Vinous (2018) :

"The Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs 1er Cru Latitude from Larmandier-Bernier is a powerful and structured wine. Deep and resonant on the palate, the Latitude packs a serious punch. There is no shortage of depth or intensity, that much is clear. Like so many wines based on the 2015 vintage, the Latitude has a slightly vegetal lurking beneath the fruit that is evident but not to the point of being overpowering. Aeration helps that slight vegetal quality in the wine dissipate, although it does not disappear entirely. Dried apricot, sage, fennel, crushed stone all open up the glass, adding layers of nuance. Readers should expect an imposing, rich Champagne that will be at its best at the dinner table. Like all of Larmandier-Bernier Champagnes, the Latitude will offer its best drinking if opened several hours in advance. This release is 60% 2015 and 40% reserve wines. As always, Latitude emerges from clay rich soils that confer breath. Dosage is 4 grams per liter. Disgorged: December 2017."