Boërl & Kroff Champagne is a generous wine, subtle and complex.
The delicacy and the particular identity of the great pinots noirs condition the purity of expression of Boërl & Kroff Champagnes.
The acidity brings freshness and balance and offers them an immense ageing potential, rare qualities reserved for the greatest wines of Champagne.
The uniqueness of this Champagne is the consequence of the technical choices that had to be made to respect the sensory objectives set by Patrick Sabaté and Stéphane Sésé.
It is a manual assembly of three vertical pieces composing the main body of the cork and two discs, thicker than the usual ones which are made to come in contact with the wine. This technic has strongly enhance the cork’s watertightness, allows a longer conservation as well as a slower and progressive evolution.
This technique carried out by hand is a real work of patience and marquetery desired by Patrick Sabaté as a tribute to his corker family.
Since 1997, the vintages that do not fit into the criteria and standards of the great vintage make up a wine called “B de Boërl & Kroff”:http://www.champagne-b.com/
The Vintages 1999, 2001, and 2013 considered less qualitative, have not been used for the development of Boërl & Kroff Champagne.