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The fruit for this wine has previously gone into a rosé called L’Alchimiste. Léclapart decided, in 2011, to make a Blanc de Noir style instead, as the fruit was not perfect for maceration. It is likely that in the future the rosé will once again return in certain vintages, but for now, he is thrilled with the result. The fruit is from old vines, planted in the 50s and 60s and entirely vinified in secondhand barriques. 


This is 100% PINOT NOIR from the village of Trepail, Premier Cru, with no added final dosage to better exalt its features.

“Crushed roses and oyster shell, with gently spicy strawberries and wild cherries. The palate has a supple and fleshy texture that winds out to a powerful, dry and intense, minerally focus on the finish.”
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David Leclapart L’Astre Extra Brut Blanc de Noir