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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 Petit et Bajan Nuit Blanche Grand Cru
Champagne Petit et Bajan is the result of a love match between Richard Petit and Véronique Bajan which united their families’ wineries under one label in 2008. One of the region’s most exciting and dynamic grower Champagne houses, the couple are blessed with exceptional vineyards in the Grand Cru villages of Avize and Verzenay. Richard and Véronique’s match also extends to the winemaking where they work harmoniously together with Richard taking care of the vines and Véronique working her magic in the cellar.
Their Nuit Blanche is a very special expression of the couple’s Grand Cru plots in Avize, Oger and Cramant in the Côte des Blancs which reveals the striking potential of the Chardonnay grape. On the nose there are evocative notes of honeysuckle, white peach and citrus, while the first sip reveals a rich, creamy texture and soft mousse along with lingering toasted nut, green apple, and tropical fruit flavours.
Named “White Night” or “Nuit Blanche”, this stunning Grand Cru is the perfect wine to serve on warm summer evenings when the good weather, pleasant company, and delicious Champagne invites you to linger long into the evening with family and friends.
Champagne Soutiran Blanc de Blancs Brut Grand Cru
The uplifting nose enchants with aromas of green apples, pears and lime zest which are carried through on the palate. The Soutiran tradition of extended ageing in the cellar, in this case seven years, has imparted a firm structure, creamy mouthfeel and subtle hints of toast and marzipan.
Crafted using 100% Chardonnay grapes from spectacular Grand Cru vineyards in the village of Ambonnay, this Blanc de Blancs is a pure, clean expression of an exceptional terroir. Although Ambonnay has a strong reputation for producing some of the Champagne region’s most powerful Pinot Noirs, the south-facing vineyards planted on slopes also favour the small quantities of Chardonnay vines planted here.
The terroir signals its presence in this Blanc de Blancs with a well-defined, chalky minerality which makes this Champagne an exquisite match for oysters. The generous full body also make this an attractive option to accompany turbot pan-fried in brown butter or paired simply with a creamy Saint-Félicien cheese as a stylish way to finish a meal. While ready to drink now, a few additional years of ageing in optimal cellar conditions will further intensify the brilliance of this distinctive Blanc de Blancs.
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 Soutiran Collection Privee Brut Grand Cru
Based in the Grand Cru village of Ambonnay in the Montagne de Reims, Champagne Soutiran carefully select only the finest grapes from their own vineyards and nearby grapegrowers to craft their exquisite Champagnes. Here delicate notes of gingerbread, pear and dried toasted bread leap out of the flute, while nearly six years of ageing in the cellar has added a luxurious richness and complexity to the palate. Baked apple, honey and brioche flavours combine harmoniously with lemon zest, almonds and hints of jasmine.
Thanks to the fuller body and impressive depth of flavour, this Champagne shines when paired with heavy fish dishes like pan-fried tuna steak or a South Indian fish curry.
Founded in the 1950s by Gérard Soutiran, the house is still owned by the same family today with Gérard’s granddaughter Valérie and her husband Patrick responsible for running the business. The Soutiran family believe that creating authentic Champagnes takes time so they allow their bottles to sleep in their cellar for at least five to eight years to reach full maturity.
Production of this sumptuous Grand Cru Champagne is limited to just eight thousand bottles each year. The assemblage consists of 50% Pinot Noir and 50% Chardonnay with around 10% coming from reserve wines to ensure loyalty to the house style. This is a robust Champagne which will continue to grow in beauty if cellared up until 2028.
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.