Champagne, France

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  • Wine
    The Robert family owns 30ha in Voigny and other communes in the north of Aube. Soils are chalk and limestone with a blend of 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay. This wine has a delicious, crisp, classic style and a fruity middle.
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    Produced from only Grand Cru fruit, 65% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay and matured on lees for 24-36 months. A buttery, brioche nose followed by a creamy, rich, white fruit palate. Excellent value.
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    Our namesake Champagne, 50 % Pinot Noir, 40 % Chardonnay, 10 % Pinot Meunier. Always good value traditionally styled bubbly.
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    Emmanuel and Charles Henry Fourny are rising stars of the Cotes de Blanc. From 12ha, 100% Chardonnay with full creamy fruit, elegance and style.
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    An estate bottled, growers Champagne, with emphasise on Pinot Meunier, they produce a fruiter style of Champagne with a superbly balanced level of minerality.
  • Intense aromas of wild strawberries with notes of blackcurrants and redcurrants, and delicate spicy notes of vanilla and cinnamon. The mousse is intense, creamy and persistent. The palate is fresh and delicate with fine bubbles. The finish is elegant and fruity.
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    Superb value and superb Champagne. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir combie with fruit and finesse. The high percentage of mature wine in the blend accounts for its deep, concentrated, creamy fruit filled palate.
  • An explosion of charming fruit aromas on the nose: apricot, pear as well as exotic notes of mango and caramelized pineapple lifted by a subtle touch of citrus and pink grapefruit. This wine is ample on the pallet and displays a very elegant and refreshing acidity which enhances the delicate and rich character of the wine.
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    This top estate dates back to the 1800s. Pierre and Sophie Dethune keep immaculate cellars and this blend of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay is delicious. 100% Grand Cru fruit exhibiting ripe, creamy fruit on nose and palate.
  • Wine
    Vieux Marc De Champagne is a spirit produced from distilling the pulp that is left after pressing Chamapgne grapes in the same way that Grappa is made in Italy. It is oak aged after distilling to refine its flavours and develop its amber colour.