The De Venoge Brut Millésimé must have a certain affinity with the flavor of Cordon Bleu, and also reflect the vintage from which it is made.
Accordingly, the blend is close to the Cordon Bleu, but includes more Pinot Noir (70%) in particular crops such as Aÿ and Verzenay with Chardonnay (15%) and Pinot Meunier (15%): this percentage ranges sometimes depending on weather conditions, as in 1988, but remains in the typical flavor.
This De Venoge Vintage is characterized by its body. With a relatively low acidity, it is round and soft, fun wine that may be suitable for any simple dish, or we can drink alone.
De Venoge Brut Millésimé is already perfectly matured when sell, but it can be cellered for up to two to three years. Some old vintages are still blockbusters even now.