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The village of Talus-Saint-Prix is composed of 39 hectares of vineyards planted on south-facing slopes some distance away from the riverbed. It is known for remarkable minerality, attributed to the characteristic flint in the soils. Also of note, the village is especially susceptible to frost, favoring Pinot Meunier vines which have proven more resilient and able to dodge the spring hazards.


From a single plot - “Le Grand Morceau” - of 55 year old vines on clay/limestone soil with small flints. This inaugural bottling is from the 2015 vintage.


Region: Talus-Saint-Prix, Champagne


Varieties: 100% Pinot Meunier


Viticulture: Grapes picked manually in search for an optimum sugar/acidity in the berry followed by a traditional pressing.


Winemaking: Spontaneous alcoholic fermentation in oak barrels over 10 years old (100%). Malolactic fermentation not realized. Matured on lees for 6 months before the bottling without any filtration. Aged 3 years on yeast in the bottles.



6 x 750ml

NV Jeaunaux-Robin Instinct Meunier (6 x 750ml)

  • Purchases must be made by the full case from the consignment program. Delivery fees apply and all products are subject to availability. All prices are subject to change without prior notice. 

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