Concordance

Concordance

Appellation: Champagne
Varietal: Pinot Noir from Massale Selection
Orientation: East facing exposure
Average age of vines: 50 years
Principal soil type: Clay & limestone above Kimmeridgian marl  

First created in 2009, Concordance is a careful selection of the oldest Pinot Noir for the domaine planted in 1968. Although it might see a tiny addition of sulphur at bottling, depending on the vintage, it sees no sulphur up until that point. As such, it is certainly an unpredictable wine and like all living wines, shows a different and changing face depending on the day and circumstances of the moment.

Concordance fact sheet (PDF)

Regions

France

Beaujolais
Burgundy
Champagne
Montagne de Reims Emmanuel Brochet Côte des Bars Domaine Marie Courtin Valleé de la Marne Flavien Nowack
Southwest
Côtes du Marmandais Élian Da Ros
Jura
Languedoc
Terrasses du Larzac Domaine du Pas de L’Escalette Saint Chinian Domaine Rimbert
Loire
Provence
Rhône

RésonanceRésonance is a real stand out, and also a terrific introduction to the unique, compelling Champagnes of Marie Courtin.

EfflorescencePlenty of aromatic presence, soft edges and lovely overall balance. Perfumed orchard fruit and floral notes are expressive in the glass.

ÉloquenceWhite flowers, lemon peel, mint and white pepper are some of the signatures, while distinctly mineral-inflected veins of salinity recall the wines of Chablis…

ConcordanceFirst created in 2009, Concordance is a careful selection of the oldest Pinot Noir for the domaine planted in 1968.

IndulgenceAll the elements come together beautifully in a Champagne that brings together expressive fruit and bracing minerality, with a savory edge that kicks the finish into high gear.