This Millésime 2011 champagne is a blend of Pinot noir (60%) and Meunier (40%) grapes from 2 different plots of old vines. In addition, the passage in oak barrel, the long (at least 6 years) maturation on lees and the very low dosage (3,5 g/L) make this wine an exceptional champagne which you will like offering at great occasions.
Champagne Boever A&S, Brut Grand Cru, Millésime 2012, Magnum in Wooden Box – Vigneron
The Millésime 2012 Champagne from Boever A&S is made by blending 50% Pinot Noir grapes with 50% Chardonnay grapes and, just as the Millésime rules dictate, it is made only from grapes of exceptional years.
Champagne Bression-Lourdeaux, Brut Tradition, Magnum in wooden box
With 95% of Meunier and 5% of Pinot noir, this champagne is in fact a Blanc de Noir, meaning a champagne made exclusively with red grapes. Impress your guests with a magnum of this ideal aperitif champagne. the Tradition also exsits in small (37,5 cl) and regular size bottles (75 cl).
Trio “Classique” – Mixed tasting set of 3 classic champagnes