Vigneron Thibaud Brocard is the fifth generation of Champagne Brocard Pierre to work his family vineyards near the village of Celles-sur-Ource in the Seine river valley, known as the Barséquanais area of the Côte des Bar, the southernmost subregion of Champagne. Vineyards are entirely estate-owned and farmed organically with both northern and southern exposures.
The Champagne Brut Tradition is an assemblage of 80% pinot noir, 15% pinot blanc, and 5% chardonnay grapes hand-harvested from 11 estate vineyards planted on Kimmeridgian and Portlandian limestone soils. Cuvée Tradition spends three years on the lees in bottle before release, giving it one of the best quality-to-value ratios in the world of Champagne.
Cuvée Tradition Brut d’Assemblage is dominated by the red fruit of pinot noir and offers beautiful harmony and freshness on the palate, lightly framed with notes of brioche. It is a vinous and substantial Champagne with great freshness and no heaviness, making it an ideal wine to enjoy solo or with food.
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