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Lallier Millesime 2010 Champagne Grand Cru

$44.17 $44.17

4.6/5   (1 Guides)

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"A unique harvest’s expression from the Lallier House".

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This Champagne is a blend of wines exclusively from 2010 (of which 45% in the Chardonnay variety and 55% in Pinot Noir) originating from the plots on the Côte de Blancs and Ay, all classified Grands Crus.

The colour is a bright gold

To the nose : strong presence of white fruit fragrances with notes of citrus followed by delicate bursts of acacia honey, wax, with a light finish of roasted coffee.

To the palate the nose’s expressions are back between red berries and white fruits with a great wooden finish.

To be served around 10 to 12°C.

Food pairings : grilled scallops, lightly creamy and spicy poultry like duck breast with morels or porcini mushrooms. Also fits with soft cheeses like Chaource.

Can follow through to excellence by ageing in cellar, away from light and noise, bottle laid flat.

Size :Bottle 0,75L
Appellation :Champagne Grand Cru
Vintage :2010
Classification :Grand Cru
Dosage :Brut (6 to 12 g/L)

The House is located in Aÿ, a winegrower’s villages since Roman era.

It was Henry IV, King of France in the 16th century who also like to be called ‘Sir of Aÿ’, a title he really like and ensured throughout the realm clear Aÿ wine’s reputation, non sparkling at the time.

Around two centuries later, the invention of Grands Crus blending and control of sparkling production allowed for the creation of Champagne, a sparkling bottled wine. It wasn’t until the end of the 19th century that the famous Aÿ wines took the “Champagne” designation as we know it today.

The Lallier House was founded around the same time in 1906 in Aÿ, this famous village that is classified Grand Cru since 1936. The Lallier House is managed today by Francis Tribaut, who inherited from four generation of Champagne winegrowers.

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