ALIRA

Alira Champagne J. de Telmont

Brut Champagne, 12.0% ABV

Champagne Alira is produced in France (Champagne region) by J. de Telmont, one of the most prestigious Champagne Houses. Their products have become the expression of excellence in the world of “champagne” so that together with Alira they decided to produce a special, complex, elegant and hard to forget sparkiling wine. A champagne with notes of peach and vanilla muffins, suitable for any festive occasion or a moment of luxury and joy.

Tasting notes and serving recommendations

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Pale yellow, with small and fine bubbles

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Peaches, freshly baked bread, lime

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The toast and brioche notes give it character while the apple taste that gives it freshness. A well balanced champagne with a medium body and medium alcohol which is perfectly integrated.

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It is important to be served at a temperature of 6-8 ° C. It can be stored for up to 10 years, away from the sun, in a horizontal position at maximum 13 ° C.

Culinary associations

French cookies, oysters, cheese →

French cookies, oysters, cheese

Although champagne does not always need food, as it provides a taste show itself, it is perfectly associated with appetizers, uncooked cheeses and seafood or even oysters. A perfect pairing are the French pink vanilla biscuits invented by Maison Fossier.

Wine-making and maturation

Matured on lees for 30 months

Matured on lees for 30 months

The product is made by the Champenoise method. The Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes are picked manually and carefully selected for the first fermentation. The selected yeast and the sugars are added to the resulting wine, which triggers the second fermentation inside the bottle, where the bubbles are created. The wine is matured on lees for 30 months, developing aromatic complexity. During the remouage, the lees are deposited close to the neck of the bottle, in order to make the degorgeage. The expedition liquid is added to bottles and the latter are labeled.

Technical sheets