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Cedric Bouchard Inflorescence Blanc de Noirs Val Vilaine 2011

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"The Inflorescence Blanc de Noirs comes from a south-facing, 1.49-hectare vineyard in the village of Polisy called Val Vilaine, which is owned by Bouchard’s father but worked by Cédric himself. “Honestly, I created Inflorescence because I was a little bored,” says Bouchard. “Since I own so little land, I was only working six months out of the year.” Val Vilaine is entirely pinot noir, planted in 1974, and his intention is to make the Inflorescence a slightly more approachable wine than those from Roses de Jeanne." -Peter Liem, ChampagneGuide.net

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"The Inflorescence Blanc de Noirs comes from a south-facing, 1.49-hectare vineyard in the village of Polisy called Val Vilaine, which is owned by Bouchard’s father but worked by Cédric himself. “Honestly, I created Inflorescence because I was a little bored,” says Bouchard. “Since I own so little land, I was only working six months out of the year.” Val Vilaine is entirely pinot noir, planted in 1974, and his intention is to make the Inflorescence a slightly more approachable wine than those from Roses de Jeanne." -Peter Liem, ChampagneGuide.net

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