AR Lenoble : Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs 2012
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The balance and purity of a Grand Cru champagne revealed by AR Lenoble
With a four-generation-strong history, the AR Lenoble Champagne House is familial and independent. Pioneering and committed to a process of sustainable development and diversity for over 20 years, AR Lenoble is the second Champagne House to be certified "High Environmental Value" Level 3 since 1993.
Deliberately produced in limited quantities, AR Lenoble champagnes reflect the quest of excellence which has driven the house since it was founded in 1920, notably through its exclusive development of cuvées produced from the first press. The ageing of the reserve wines is carried out in magnum cork stoppers to preserve freshness and develop aromatic richness.
The cuvées of the AR Lenoble Champagne House, which dosage does not exceed 5g/l, are known for their delicate effervescence, their aromatic richness and their creamy texture.
The vineyard at the AR Lenoble Champagne House covers an area of 18 hectares within the villages of Chouilly (Grand Cru – Chardonnay), Bisseuil (Premier Cru – Pinot Noir) as well as the village of Damery (Vallée de la Marne).
This 2012 Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs from the Lenoble Champagne House is exclusively made of Grand Cru Chardonnay from the village of Chouilly.
Winemaking and ageing
The proportion of undergrowth wines is 25%. The dosage is 2g/l.
The 2012 Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs of the Lenoble Champagne House is 100% Chardonnay.
Full-bodied and airy, the 2012 Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs of the AR Lenoble Champagne House seduces with its balance as well as its expression, which magnifies the purity and the aromatic richness of the Chardonnay.
For optimal tasting, serve at 11-12°C.
Available from today, this 2012 Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs from the Lenoble Champagne House can be kept in the cellar for several years to develop its aromatic palette.