The rising focus on Grower Champagne producers over the past decade has led to some breathtakingly unique expressions arriving on Australian shores, but not many quite as unique as Champagne Fleury. They stand as Champagne's first and largest certified Biodynamic estate, with their early leaning towards Biodynamic practices giving them vines that are now in full maturity that were planted under this strict approach. The wines we see resulting from this are truly some of the most pure and site specific Champagnes in the region today.
The Blanc de Noirs is 100% Pinot Noir and lets loose the prominent yet almost ethereal acids and minerality that Champagne's chalk soils give rise to. This is almost a new way of drinking Champagne, with so many wines from the area leaning so heavily on the winemaking traditions, this is really just an expression of this revered terroir. This is basically renewing your vows with Champagne.