Bubble à Trois 3.0
Three’s not a crowd when it comes to these delicious fizz. Journey through the Champagne region from Vallée de la Marne to the Côte des Bars, and taste the nuances between a classic Champenois Blend, a Blanc des Blancs and a Blanc de Meunier in this bold and fantastic collection.
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Agrapart & Fils Terroirs Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut Champagne Grand Cru 'Avize'
Founded in 1894, Champagne Agrapart has become a household name for the finest grower Champagnes in the Côte des Blancs. Pascal Agrapart, himself has been making wines there since inception. Terroirs is produced from only 100% Grand Cru sites in the Côte des Blancs: Avize, Cramant, Oger and Oiry. This wine is a blend of 40% 2014 with an impressive 60% reserve wine. Pascal’s élevage standards (like his viticulture) are far higher than any Grande Marque prestige cuvée we know of, making this one of Champagne’s most compelling wines. Wonderfully textured, this medium to full bodied wine is one to cherish for years to come.
Francis Orban Extra Brut
In the heart of the Marne Valley, Francis Orban dedicates his vineyard to mainly Pinot Meunier which goes against most norms in the region. Most commonly used as a blending grape, the Meunier is often overlooked as a single varietal wine. Francis, however, chooses to let it shine and take centrestage.
The Extra Brut is a wine full of fresh fruit and lightly spiced with notes of vanilla and pepper. Full-bodied, vivacious and pure, it is a Champagne for true gourmands, and definitely enjoys its place at the table easily paired with a variety of cuisines from seafood to cream-based dishes.
Champagne Charles Dufour Bulle de Comptoir #8
One of the most important figures for organic production in Champagne, Charles Dufour is a true artist. Based in the Côte des Bar in the village of Landreville where he makes most of his wines, he started producing high quality Champagne in 2006, and in 4 years completed full conversion to be certified organic. The Bulles de Comptoir #8 is an assembly of 55% Pinot noir, 35% Chardonnay, 10% Pinot Blanc from 2017 and reserve wines from 2011-2016. It spent 9 months in barrels, plus 3 months in stainless steel, and another 15 months in bottle on its lees. With less than 4g residual sugar, it features slight oxidation, nice minerality and a floral touch, definitely a Champagne for the discerning palate.