Marie Copinet nos presenta con su gama EA (Épreuve d´Artiste, literalmente "prueba del artista") una trilogía de blanc de blancs brut nature de tres terruños diferentes. La cuvée La Cabane procede de una parcela en Brouillet y nos deleita con su estructura en boca y complejidad en nariz, con notas de limón, peras horneadas, almendras y crema pastelera. Un champagne potente y largo en boca, con un toque final amargo muy interesante.

Ficha técnica

12.0% vol.
100% Chardonnay
Terra Vitis
Agriculture Biologique France


Cítricos, limón, pera horneada, almendras, crema pastelera.
Potente y larga, con una sensación masticable y toque final de amargor.
Temperatura de servicio
Se recomienda servir entre 6 y 8 ºC.

Viñedo y elaboración

Durante el prensado, solo los primeros mostos son seleccionados. Desfangado en frío, fermentación en depósitos de acero inoxidable termoregulados.
7 años mínimo tras embotellado.

Opinión de los críticos

The Wine Advocate:

The NV EA Brut Nature La Cabane is from clayey and silt-laden soils in Brouillet, Vallée de l'Ardre. The pure Chardonnay opens with a deep, intense yet very fine and almond-scented bouquet with good purity and freshness, revealing fresh and lush pineapple notes with time. The wine is powerful, intense and structured on the dense and concentrated palate, where it is also pure, straight and refreshing, with a tightly woven structure of fine tannins and a long, dry and promising finish. This is a Champagne made for a whole menu or at least richer fish dishes but also dark meat if served more or less au naturel. This has delicate effervescence as well as nutty and yeasty flavors again in the bone-dry finish. Truly excellent and on the way to becoming even better with bottle age!

La Cabane is part of the new Blanc de Blancs trilogy that showcases three Chardonnays from the same (though strangely withheld) vintage but three different terroirs. They are all fermented in stainless steel and kept for seven years on the second lees before they are disgorged as Brut Nature or Zéro Brut to express the "full character of each terroir." The date of disgorgement is not indicated, but each single bottle carries a handwritten number and signature. The trilogy was presented for the first time during the Printemps de Champagne in Reims in April, but I tasted it only in my home office in July 2018.