We await the arrival of Coutier splits all year long... and when they come in, they have a way of going out fast! Why? Few Champagne producers deliver so much value on the dollar. The Coutier family was the first to plant in Champagne's famous village of Ambonnay (Champagne's most cherished Grand Cru village for Pinot Noir) , and apparently experience pays off! Now they're farming organically (a rarety in the too-oft industrially farmed region of Champagne), and the result is a sparkler that's racy and rich all at once. A wine that's surprisingly serious for its dough.