Champagne composed only of blacks grape varieties, Pinot Noir or Pinot Meunier or both, characterized by the power of the first and/or the fruit of the second.
Pinot Noir is vigorous and generous vine, it produces black grapes by colorless pulp whose juice is white. It gives wines which are characterized by strength and texture and that are supported by a good structure. The aromas are refined, recognizable thanks to their famous notes of berries.
Pinot Meunier is a vigorous and late vine, suits the most difficult climatic conditions. It produces, such as Pinot Noir, a grape from the colorless pulp, and tasting proves similar to the latter, although its flavors are more fruity.
Pinot Meunier gives affable but well-structured wines.