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Champagne Region

R&L Legras - Champagne Grand Cru - Tour d'Argent - Blanc de Blancs

Characteristics

Country / Region: Champagne

Name: AOP Champagne Grand Cru

Grape variety: 100% Chardonnay

Alcohol: 12 vol.

Color: White

Capacity: 75 cl

AWARDS

Rated 92/100 by our Selection Committee.

Wine:

Tasted a little over a year ago and very lightly dosed, the Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru Champagne captures all the graceful momentum of the Chouilly terroir. Its delicate, abundant effervescence offers a highly engaging, refined, regular bubble. The fresh nose of citrus fruit and toasted brioche opens delicately; the pure, lively, fresh structure follows the same classic register with natural tension. The slight bitterness on the finish and the saline note provide just the right persistence, perfect for the start of a meal.

Vinification:

Hand harvested.

Disgorged 02/2022.
Low dosage - Brut.

Color:

Intensely golden, brilliant with an abundant effervescence of fine, regular bubbles. A string that never ends!

Nose:

Fresh and very pure, with citrus and toasted brioche flavors.

Palate:

This champagne is lively, pure and fresh, with a natural tension that reveals a hint of bitterness on the delicate palate, giving it a long finish.

Temperature:

Serve between 9 and 11°C.

Food and wine pairing:

A perfect aperitif champagne, or to start a meal.

Cellar aging:

From now until 2025

When 2 prestigious Houses meet, the result is bound to be exceptional! This Blanc de Blancs Champagne co-signed by La Tour d'Argent and La Maison R. & L. Legras is a godsend... 

A wine served by the glass all year round at Parisian gourmet tables, crafted over the past 40 years by the expertise of a renowned House, now reserved for VIPs at a preferential rate.

100% Chouilly, this pure Chardonnay is the fruit of close collaboration and constant reflection between Julien Barbier - Maison R. & L. Legras - and André Terrail, David Ridgway and Victor Gonzalez, director and sommeliers of the august Maison des Quais de Seine.