Four generations have succeeded in writing the history of this Champagne house. Since 1990, Fabrice Bertemès has perpetuated the family know-how based on respect for nature.
To guarantee the quality and traceability of these champagnes, he develops them from grapes exclusively from his own production (made and raised in his cellar). He is proud to be a manipulative harvester. In 2020, Fabrice Bertemès obtained the HVE High Environmental Value and VDC Sustainable Viticulture certifications in Champagne.
The four hectares of vines cultivated by this family home are located in the small village of Trépail, in the heart of the Côte des Noirs. This vineyard planted almost entirely in Chardonnay is classified as a 1er Cru in this "Grande Montagne de Reims" and supplemented by a few plots of Pinot Noir.
Why "Le champ de 8 Jours" is the name of the plot located in Mailly
Production of 1,000 bottles.
100% Pinot Noir - EXTRA BRUT
Vinification and aging
Made from one grape variety and one harvest year. They are aged for a minimum of three years in their cellars. Aged for 6 months in Trépail oak barrels, without malolactic fermentation and with a dosage of 3g/l.
An intense straw yellow color.
A frank and straightforward bouquet with notes of yellow fruit such as candied mirabelle plum and a hint of brioche.
A powerful and vinous palate, with aromas of mirabelle plum jam. followed by structure and volume for a rounded finish.
The Sommelier's little extra
Food & Wine Pairings
Ideal with a poultry supreme with truffles and roasted salsify or with your more or less refined cheeses.
7 to 14 degrees C
1 to 5 years
- Grape variety
- Pinot noir
- Organic, non-certified