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The story of Eric Taillet, as often happens in the world of wine, is one handed down from father to son: from father Daniel, who began to produce his first bottles in 1961, to his son Eric, who took over the reins of production in 1995 and who still heads the company today. The Domaine Éric Taillet is located in Baslieux-sous-Châtillon, in a beautiful area within Vallée de la Marne where the terroir is composed of clay, marl and sand, and is rich in nutrients. The production is made to measure, which certainly holds the eye to an accurate oenology and high quality: only 5.7 hectares of vineyards that extend over 6 municipalities adjacent to the Domaine.
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Meunier are cultivated here, but it is Meunier that probably has the most important role in the production of Éric Taillet: in many of the cuvées the presence of Meunier is predominant and just some of the Blanc de Meunier as Le Bois de Binson or Bansionensi have built the reputation of Champagnes by Éric Taillet. But certainly also Chardonnay and Pinot Noir have their importance for Éric Taillet, both in the blendings of great cuvées such as Sur Le Grand Marais, and in purity, as in the case of L'Autentique.
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