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A.R. Lenoble Les Aventures Champagne Grand Cru


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A Champagne from a half-hectare single parcel.

Third generation of Malassagne, Anne and Antoine devote themselves to their House founded in 1920 and to its vineyard with respect for traditions.

Wine from a single plot of vines of half a hectare in Chouilly and planted exclusively with Chardonnay.

It is made by selecting wines from the finest harvests with rare aging potential.

Only 2000 bottles are sold each year.

This cuvée comes from a place called Les Aventures, a half-hectare plot offering, in great years, grapes of unique quality.

Blend of several complementary vintages, 2008 and 2009, this great Champagne wine ages under cork for more than 10 years in the cellar.

The tasting reveals a subtle and rich aromatic palette.

Size : 750ml
Alcohol Degree : 12°
Appellation : Champagne Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs
Vintage : Non Vintage
Grapes : 100% Chardonnay
Classification : Grand Cru
Quality : Extra Brut

The AR Lenoble House is one of the few Champagne Houses that is still today family-owned and entirely independent.

It was in 1915 that Armand-Raphael Graser, then wine trader in Alsace, left his home region for the Champagne region in the town of Damery, in an 18th century building with the region’s typical architecture which is today the company’s head office. He started to produce Champagne under the brand ‘AR Lenoble’, AR standing for his initials, and Lenoble in honour of Champagne’s nobleness.

In 1947, his son Joseph succeeds him, then in 1973, with Joseph’s retirement, the House is passed down to Jean-Marie Malassagne, grandson of Armand-Raphael, who then leaves place to his daughter Anne and his son Antoine.

Therefore, it is today the fourth generation who’s at the head of this great House.

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