On some very old vines located in a slopping site of Bouzy, next to Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier, exist varieties like Pinot Gris, Arbanne, Petit Meslier and Pinot Blanc that used to thrive in Champagne. Benoit himself hasn’t yet managed to identify all the varieties of this specific plot (among them and some not allowed any more in Champagne production) which is what we call a field blend. From 2009 onwards, Benoit bottles the wine of this vineyard separately, fermenting exclusively in oak, with indigenous yeasts and no dosage in order to emphasize the complexity and the unique aromas of this amazing Champagne. Opulent, honeyed, earthy and nutty, it takes time to unveil all its aromatic and structural complexity. It has persistence on the palate with tones of fruit and energy, a sublime interplay between texture and endogenous austerity. A Champagne of character like no other.