Bon vivant 3 is therefore what is called a Brett beer. We are particularly proud to have once again succeeded in balancing this very expressive yeast, the woody body of this beer and the flavors of hops. The Champagne Jean Marniquet house brought a few barrels of this exceptional vintage a few months ago, so we had to be up to it, so we decided this time to ferment this beer with a wild yeast also called brettanomyces. This yeast brings a very rustic, fruity and farmy touch.
The brasserie au baron has always offered champagnes from Champagne Jean Marniquet. Today, it is Brice and Karine Marniquet who operate a 6ha terroir classified as Premier and Grand Cru, made up of 3 Champagne grape varieties. They offer in their range a vintage cuvée which represents the quintessence of the vineyard. It sublimates the grape varieties of the oldest vines through vinification in oak barrels. This cuvée is produced only in great years.
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