A Blanc de Noirs champagne from very calcareous soil: deep, powerful and very aromatic, undeniably confirming the reputation of this fine maison. More info
Produced from old vines planted in 1946 on extremely limestone-rich soil, this Blanc de Noirs is distinguished by its great depth, power and savouriness. The long, mineral finish is simply sublime!
The history of Maison Egly-Ouriet began after the Second World War, with three hectares (ha) of vines in the Grand Cru Ambonnay. Subsequently, other plots were acquired, today reaching 12ha (10ha in Grands Crus and 2ha in Premier Cru), planted mainly in Pinot Noir, supplemented by Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier and originating from mass selections. All the wines are vinified in barriques and age at least four years before being marketed. They are made without malolactic fermentation to maintain a maximum of freshness. Francis Egly, a Récoltant Manipulant, runs this renowned domain that produces high quality, precise and elegant champagnes.
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