Master sommeliers & wine critics adore Family Estate Champagnes.
Why? Family Estate Champagnes are exquisite, artisanal and one of a kind Champagnes. 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 at the world's most celebrated five-star restaurants, such as The French Laundry, Noma and Eleven Madison Park, etc.
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The Le Cotet vineyard was planted between 1964 to 1967 in the chalky hillside, furthest to the east in the Montgueux vineyards.
From 35-year-old Chardonnay vines, this is an exceptional vintage ~ something a patient bon vivant would cellar. That said, I have yet to meet a terribly patient bon vivant. Note: Vintage is 2011
Awarded the acclaimed "Special Club" title after a blind tasting by members of the exclusive Club Trésors. Gift boxed. Note: Vintage is 2014
Blanc de Blancs or Rosé? The perfect answer when it's just too taxing to decide.
Fewer than 300 bottles imported to the US
Made in diminutive quantities and awarded the honor of "Special Club" by the Club Trésors
Mon ami, this is the perfect start to the discovery of Family Estate Champagnes...or even better, a ready to go "Soirée in a Box". It includes three sensational Champagnes, each different styles ~ a blanc de blancs, a rosé and a blanc de noirs. Also includes Henri's favorite bar towel and a "How to" guide for hosting a Champagne Tasting, including food pairings. Serves 6-8 bon vivants.