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Champagne Agrapart 7 Crus
The historic Agrapart estate was founded in 1894 by Arthur Agrapart and is still run by the family to this day. The current owners are Pascal Agrapart and his brother Fabrice who have sought to emphasize the influence of terroir in their wines and to work in harmony with nature since taking over in 1984. In the vineyard the family avoids using chemical pesticides or weed killers and they carry out all of their fermentations using natural yeasts.
The Agraparts have 62 parcels of vines in total which mostly lie in the grand cru villages of Avize, Cramant, Oiry and Oger. Their 7 Crus is a sumptuous expression of seven different villages; Avize, Cramant, Oger, Oiry, Avenay Val d’Or, Bergères-les-Vertus and Mardeuil. This Champagne is usually composed of wines from two different vintages and half of the older vintage will be aged in oak to add complexity and richness.
The result is a wonderfully complex champagne that sparkles with fresh citrus and green apple character along with a crisp acidity. On the palate the mousse is smooth and delicate and the flavours are a perfect balance of bright citrus and toasty hints from the oak ageing.
Champagne AR Lenoble Rose Terroirs
This charming pink Champagne is dominated by exquisite Chardonnay grapes sourced from the house’s vines planted in the Grand Cru village of Chouilly which give an intense vibrancy and bright citrus and apple notes. Balance is provided by a small proportion of Pinot Noir from Premier Cru plots in Bisseuil which contribute hints of strawberry, red cherry, and kirsch. 20% of the wine is aged in oak barrels, adding an agreeable creaminess to the texture and subtle brioche and almond touches on the palate.
The house was founded by Armand-Raphaël Graser in 1920 and has been in the family ever since. Armand-Raphaël moved to Champagne to Alsace during the First World War and wisely decided to give his new project a thoroughly French name by combining “Lenoble” with the initials of his forename.
Brother and sister team Anne and Antoine Malassagne have been running Champagne AR Lenoble since 1993 when they inherited the property from their father. Since then the duo have succeeded in transforming the estate into one of Champagne’s most impressive independent producers. As yet the house is not well-known outside of the region which means their Champagnes offer exceptional value for money when compared with their more famous neighbours.
Champagne Petit et Bajan Ambrosie Grand Cru
Candied lemon, brioche, honeysuckle and pineapple characterise the nose, while the palate offers rich tropical fruit flavours balanced by zesty citrus and toasted almonds. The generous stream of tiny bubbles become a soft mousse in the mouth which is complemented by a vibrant acidity and creamy texture from the six years of maturation in the bottle on the lees.
A true grower Champagne, the Ambrosie is the result of a romantic love story which culminated in the marriage of Richard Petit and Véronique Bajan, and the union of their families’ Champagne houses. The couple soon found that they were an ideal match in winemaking as well, with Véronique taking the lead in the cellar and Richard managing the vines.
The grapes used to craft this elegant Champagne are sourced from stunning Grand Cru vineyards belonging to the two families; 70% is Chardonnay from Avize and 30% is Pinot Noir from Verzenay. This harmonious combination blends the rich, chalky character of the Chardonnay with the sweet red fruit and softness of the Pinot. An ideal wine to celebrate a special occassion or simply to savour over a delicious meal with close friends and family.
Champagne Nicolas Maillart Brut Platine Premier Cru
Comprised of a blend of Pinot Noir (80%) and Chardonnay (20%). Only hand picked Grand and 1er Cru grapes were used to express this Platine Premier Cru Champagne.
You will find its light golden color charming and inviting as you watch the fine, close-packed beads swizzle their way up to tickle your nose as you inhale the intoxicating aromas wafting up from the flute. Toasted brioche, hazelnuts, and almonds, oak, stone fruits, ripe peach, and pear all present themselves in clean layers.
White peach explodes on the palate followed by oak and tertiary orchard fruits. This Champagne is light and crisp in all the right places; slightly sweet and seductively tangy minerality. Upon the first sip, it may appear almost too dry. Keep sipping to unlock the richness hidden deep in this Brut Platine 1er Cru.
Enjoy this Champagne chilled at 7°C. The dryness of this wine pairs particularly well with creamy cow or goat milk cheeses, fresh apples, pears, and stone fruits, cold meats, salads, fish and shellfish dishes, spicy Asian fare, and rice dishes.
Nicolas Maillart took control of the family winery in 2003 after completing studies in engineering and enology. The family history can be traced back to 1753, although there are documents suggesting the Maillart family has been in the vine-growing business since the 1500s. The Maillart family cultivates only Pinot Noir (75%) and Chardonnay (25%) grapes on their estate, maintaining the traditions of the Champagne region
Champagne Jacquesson Cuvee 743
Champagne Jacquesson has gone from strength to strength in recent years and is frequently ranked among Champagne’s top producers. The house is headquartered in Dizy with vineyards in two main areas, the Grande Vallée de la Marne and in the Côte des Blancs, which include Grand Cru plots in Aÿ, Avize and Oiry. Heading up the business are the Chiquet brothers who follow a philosophy of minimal dosage coupled with extended lees ageing to produce powerful and refined Champagnes that rival the region’s very finest.
The Jacquesson Cuvee 743 is a fantastic non-vintage Extra Brut Champagne crafted from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes with a low dosage of just 1.5 grammes per litre. Grapes are sourced from Jacquesson’s prime vineyards in the Vallée de la Marne and Côte des Blancs and the finalised cuvee is aged on the lees in the bottle for three years before disgorging and release to the market.
On the nose there are uplifting notes of lemon zest, grapefruit and subtle toasted wood while the first sip reveals a crisp acidity, medium body and delicate mousse from the fine bubbles. An ideal partner for seafood and fish dishes, this dry Champagne also makes a great aperitif to prepare the palate before a special dinner or family celebration.
Champagne Soutiran Signature Brut Grand Cru
The story of Champagne Soutiran starts with a child who tragically lost his parents at the age of 11. Fortunately, Gérard Soutiran was taken in by a viticulturist who raised him and taught him the trade that would become his passion. When his military career came to an end in the 1950s, Gérard decided to found his own Champagne house by taking over the care of his adopted father’s vines. Today his legacy lives on with his granddaughter Valérie and her husband Patrick guiding the house into the future.
At the heart of the Soutiran philosophy is an insistence on craftsmanship and allowing their Champagnes sufficient time to mature and develop in the bottle. All of their Champagnes spend at least five to eight years resting in the cellar before disgorging.
The Signature Grand Cru is the house’s hallmark Champagne, boasting expressive aromas of star anise, pears and baked peaches. On the palate hints of wild red berries from the 65% Pinot Noir emerge to combine harmoniously with a salty minerality typical of the chalky Champagne terroir. This is a full-bodied Champagne with a delicate, creamy mousse which is equally at home gracing the table of a special occasion dinner or casually enjoyed with family and friends.