The first prestigious cuvée from Bioul.
Elegant - Brioche
Château de Bioul
Vanessa Vaxelaire and Andy Wyckmans have opted to "tell stories" through their wines, and my goodness, they succeed. Theirs is the story of a modern couple tired of hectic city life who withdrew to the Namur countryside with their three children. The story of a dream that came true thanks to the promising land of Bioul, (pronounced Biou), preserve of the Vaxelaire family for over a century. Vanessa and Andy apply the principles of biodynamics and permaculture and are gradually establishing the identity of their vineyard, which now covers a total of 11 hectares. (read more)
Brut de Noirs
The grapes used in the blend to produce this cuvée grow in clay-limestone soil on a slope, ensuring the proper regulation of water and minerals.
This cuvee, produced using the traditional method, has benefited from maturing on slats for 18 months.
Strong yellow robe.
Aromas of brioche on the first nose, with hints of small dried fruits.
Forthright and full-bodied in the mouth, with a finish marked by hints of fresh almond.
Perfect for a celebratory meal.
|Domain||Château de Bioul|
|Cuvée||Brut de Noirs|
|Appellation||PDO Crémant de Wallonie|
|Dominant grape variety||Pinotin|
|Blend||Pinotin - Johanniter - Cabernet Blanc|
|Bottle size||75 cl|
|Aging potential||3-4 years|