Since its creation in 1834, the Boizel Champagne House has been renowned for its refined champagnes, stemming from the finest Champagne vineyards. Although the house reigns over its own vineyard of around 7 hectares, it also sources its grapes from partner winegrowers.
Florent and Lionel Roques-Boizel represent the sixth generation at the head of the family business.
The Brut Réserve by Boizel is made from around thirty different Champagne vintages and is aged for three years on its lees. The dosage is 8 g/litre.
Vinification and ageing
This champagne is made exclusively from the first press. 30% of reserve wines, kept in vats since the two previous harvests, complete the clear juices of the current year.
Pinot Noir (55%)
Pinot Meunier (15%).
The brilliant colour reveals a delicate straw gold. The effervescence harmoniously blends vivacity and finesse.
The fresh and expressive nose progressively exudes floral (white flowers, hawthorn) and fruity (white peach, apricot) fragrances along with elegant notes of citrus and pastries.
The palate is seduced by this wine’s freshness, suppleness and balance. Throughout the tasting experience, the palate reveals concentrated aromas of candied pear and acacia honey and leads to a long and rich finish.