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Champagne Brut Nature, Les Rachais, Francis Boulard - 2012

A superb wine made from a biodynamic Chardonnay vineyard in the north-east of the Montagne de Reims. The 2012 is particularly bright with notes of citrus and white pepper; the palate is straightforward, both powerful and long. It continues on the scents of the nose with a spicy style that gives it character and relief. A true mealtime champagne. Bettane & Desseauve: 92/100
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Hurtebise/Les Rachais" plot. Massif de Saint Thierry. Siliceous-limestone soils. Average age of the vineyard: 43 years


Spontaneous fermentation by natural indigenous yeasts. Vinification on fine lees in aged oak barrels with stirring of the lees on Fruit and Flower Days. Malolactic fermentation carried out. Bottled on Fruit Day. Not fined, not filtered.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Ideal with smoked fish, shellfish or even game birds.


In 2009, Raymond Boulard's children decided to go their separate ways. Francis Boulard, his wife Jeanne and his daughter Delphine founded the estate that bears their names. At the origin of this creation, a guiding principle: for many years already, Francis Boulard had given an organic impulse to his production, with certain vines converted and certified. Francis and Delphine are good farmers and belong to a family of winegrowers for at least six generations. The oldest member of the family to be found to date was born during the French Revolution, in 1792. The estate's vineyards are located for the most part in Cormicy, to the north-west of Reims, in the Massif de Saint-Thierry, known as the "Little Mountain of Reims", on siliceous limestone soils. The vines are also present in Paradis (Hameau de Belval, in the Marne Valley), Cuchery, Cauroy-lès-Hermonville and Mailly-Champagne, a village classified as a Grand Cru of the Montagne de Reims. The vines are mainly exposed to the east/north-east, or even south in the Marne Valley. The orientation towards organic farming goes back several years: with the aim of producing wines with character and the most natural of all, a large part of the Cormicy vines have been worked since 2001 without weedkillers or synthetic products, and have been controlled in conversion since 2004 by Ecocert. They have been cultivated biodynamically since...


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