Champagne house Agrapart chose only one grape variety, Chardonnay. A choice dictated by the exceptional 10 hectares of vineyards that stretch over the villages of Avize, Oger, Cramant, and Oiry, some of the finest terroirs on the Côte des Blancs, where Chardonnay reigns supreme. This champagne has a great fruity delicacy with a multitude of aromas, including white truffle and toasted brioche. Delicious with truffled risotto, marinated meats and hard cheeses.
A rosé at Bollinger? Yes, but then a rosé quite out of the ordinary; it was the choice of Madame Bollinger. Thus, La Grande Année Rosé is born. The unique encounter of a vintage champagne of excellence and a red wine from a unique plot, the mythical Côte aux Enfants. In Champagne, producing such a high quality of red wine is a challenge. A rarity, in the pure Bollinger style. The vintage 2005 is of a salmon colour with orange reflections. A nose with aromas of fresh bread, gingerbread and cinnamon, woody and floral notes. In the mouth, there are aromas of orange blossom, citrus zest, and slight notes of gooseberry. Would pair perfectly with light salmon dishes, pink lamb chops and red fruit tarts.
David Léclapart produces exceptional champagnes with a passion. Léclapart says "Four principles base my profession as winegrower, purity, energy, pleasure and ecology, which is why I chose to apply the biodynamic method in my vines. " The Astre 2010 presents a sustained colour tinted naturally by the skin of the Pinot, the nose has a beautiful power and the complexity in the mouth is remarkable. The finish is long and refreshing. Perfect with seafood dishes, and lightly spiced Asian food.
A prestigious Champagne from an exceptional year! The William Deutz cuvée expresses a rich and powerful nose with Ginger, nutmeg or baked apples as the unique perfumes. In its golden crystalline colour, the William Deutz cuvée expresses a brilliant finesse in its attack. The gourmet finale of this Champagne Deutz rounds off the champagne perfectly. Pair it with complex flavours such as sea salt, caviar or a creamy foie gras.
With Henri Giraud, craft and luxury are synonymous with Champagne. Henri Giraud's Argonne cuvée 2004 is presented in a dark golden colour with slight orange glints. On the nose, one discovers a complex and rich champagne with notes of brioche, which evolve towards woody aromas. On the palate, this champagne offers a nice attack. Notes of walnut, hazelnut and toasted almonds dance on the palate. The mouth is silky, rich and elegant, carried by a beautiful structure. The finish is remarkable, with aromas of vanilla and spices. Beautiful pairing with lighter foods such as sushi, fish dishes and soft cheeses.