Master sommeliers & wine critics adore Family Estate Champagnes
Why? Family Estate Champagnes are exquisite, artisanal and one of a kind. Unlike mass produced Champagne, they reflect the terroir [teh-RWARH] of Champagne's finest private estates, the artistry of the winemakers and the legacies of the families behind them. Until recently, these Champagnes could only be found in the world's most celebrated five-star restaurants, such as The French Laundry, Noma and Eleven Madison Park, etc.
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The gift box alone says "Joie de Champagne" and bon vivant! Each box holds one bottle. Illustration by Margaret Hurst.
Meticulously committed to sustainable farming practices, Stéphane's Champagnes are fresh & lively. This would be exquisite as an apéritif.
The purest expression of Montgueux terroir.
The label is a portrait of Caroline Milan's great grandmother as a young wife, painted by her husband, Caroline’s grandfather.
An intriguing combination of ripe fruit and structure. Not to mention a super cool label.
From the "Golden Child" of Champagne...
An elegant Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs from Avize
This racy Champagne is made from 100% Pinot Noir. It "drinks rich" and deserves a big Burgundy glass, with ample time for reflection.
Made from 100% Chardonnay grapes grown in a single Grand Crú vineyard in Chouilly.
“Fût de Chêne” (“Oak Barrels”) is 100% Chardonnay fermented and aged in, yes, French oak barrels, coopered from oak grown on the top of the Montagne de Reims. A favorite for the fantastical pairings at the famed Alinea (awarded three stars by Michelin).