Tarlant

Tarlant

Cuvée Louis Brut Champagne Blend 1687

This particular wine is an equal blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir (based on ’04 and ’05 vintages) hailing from a single parcel of 65+ year old vines, originally planted by Louis and farmed organically, called ‘Les Crayons’ in Oeuilly. This wine underwent a wild ferment with substantial aging in oak, without malolactic conversion, helping to retain and showcase the grapes’ natural acidity.

The medium gold appearance speaks to a delicate exchange with oxygen from aging in oak. It had a medium(+) intensity of ripe golden delicious apples, bosc pear, dried white rose petals, almond paste, nougat, brioche, pastry, toast, wet stones, and lemon curd.

Even with zero dosage, this wine is opulent, retaining a firm backbone of acidity, creating tension and adding lift. It offers complexity and richness, a fine mousse, and a creamy mouthfeel.

It is sumptuously delicious!
— a month ago

Deked1
with Deked1
Deked1, Severn and 14 others liked this

Tarlant

MCN Coteaux Champenois Rouge 2016

Cedar-forward, mushroom and mineral but also very pretty, pure fruit. Taut and racy structure but not austere for the region. “Long wait,” 27 months in barrel. 593 bottles produced — 3 years ago

Hermes, Daniel P. and 2 others liked this

Tarlant

Reserve Brut Champagne Blend

Pear 🍐, a hint of walnut, particularly delicate bubbles.

Just right for date night.
— 2 months ago

Gillian Koh
with Gillian
Vanessa, Pinotman and 2 others liked this

Tarlant

Brut Nature Cuvée Louis Champagne blend

Disg 2015, 99,98,97,96. — 2 years ago

James G
with James
Severn, Daniel P. and 6 others liked this

Tarlant

Zéro Brut Nature Champagne Rosé

Very dry as you would expect, flowers, cherry kirsch, medium bodied and medium lenght, a really nice and interesting rosé. — 4 years ago

Adriana Pagliano
with Adriana
Adriana, Ira and 3 others liked this

Tarlant

Zero Brut Nature Champagne Blend

Beautiful face ripping acidity. Really great entry level champagne. — 3 months ago

Eddie and Chris liked this

Tarlant

l'Etencelante Brut Nature 2002

Tarlant l'Etencelante Brut Nature 2002 — 2 years ago

Ira, Severn and 2 others liked this

Tarlant

Brut Zero Champagne Blend

A much more elegant and delicious wine, been following this wine Zero Brut, now Brut Nature for 6 years, this is clearly the best🥂 — 3 years ago

Josh and Peter liked this

Christoph Hoch

Kalkspitz Kamptal Grüner Veltliner Blend

A Pet Nat named for the chalks of Champagne. There is a great story about Christoph Hoch and a bet he made with Benoit Tarlant about his ability to stabilize this wine. It’s a blend of mostly Gruner and Zweigelt with a wonderful chalky lemony chamomile flinty aroma. Hazy, different, and worth a try. — 4 years ago

Dawn, Alex and 24 others liked this
Joseph Barsky

Joseph Barsky

Cool photo with top of the glass faded out...