Located at the tip of the Côte des Blancs in the Champagne region, the Duval-Leroy Champagne House has made a point of respecting its three core values since its creation in 1859: protect, perfect and transmit. Very active environmentally speaking, the Duval-Leroy house offers champagnes which best express their terroir and the distinctiveness of each vintage.
Known for their great aromatic complexity and structure, Champagne from the Duval-Leroy house is defined by elegance, minerality and brightness.
The fruit of the exceptional year 2002, the Cuvée Femme de Champagne Grand Cru 2002 from the Duval-Leroy Champagne House reveals all the nobility of the great terroirs that saw its birth. Presented in a bottle with harmonious curves, this champagne underlines the goldsmith's work carried out by Carol Duval-Leroy and Sandrine Logette-Jardin, the House's Cellar Master.
Product of the exceptional 2002 vintage, the Femme de Champagne Grand Cru from the Duval-Leroy house expresses in the glass its great Chardonnay and Pinot Noir terroirs of origin. This champagne is available in a bottle distinguished by its elegant curves, underlining the work of Carol Duval-Leroy and Sandrine Logette-Jardin, the estate’s Cellar Master.
The excellent weather conditions of this 2002 vintage allowed the fruit to reach perfect stages of maturity. Harvested in mid-September, the grapes showed a great wealth of sugars and a nice acidity.
Vinification and ageing
20% of the wines were vinified in oak barrels to provide them with an elegant and silky structure. 50% of the blend was aged on the lees. This champagne contains zero dosage.
Duval-Leroy's Cuvée Femme de Champagne Grand Cru 2002 is made from 95% Chardonnay Grand Cru from the terroirs of Avize, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger and Cramant. Completing the blend is 5% of Grand Cru Pinot Noir from Ambonnay.
Duval-Leroy's Femme de Champagne Grand Cru 2002 captures the expression of this fine vintage. An exceptional champagne that promises to provide a unique tasting experience.