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Agrapart Terroirs Champagne Grand Cru

Agrapart Terroirs Magnum

Champagne - Grand Cru - Agrapart

A Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs Magnum from the best Chardonnay.

$163.20 $163.20 Tax excl.
Magnum 1,5L
In stock

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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Data sheets


The House Agrapart was founded in the prestigious village of Avize at the end of the 19th century by Arthur Agrapart.

For four generations, the Agrapart Family has been dedicated to the exploitation of its own vineyard of about 12 hectares and sells only its own harvest, which revolves around 100,000 bottles per year depending on the climatic hazards of the years.

The vineyard extends over the communes of Avize, Oger, Oiry and Cramant, all classified Grand Cru and Avenay Val d'Or, Bergeres-les Vertus and Mareuil, all classified Premier Cru and at the very top of the qualitative hierarchy of the classification of the crus. These crus like the 51 others are the aristocrats of Champagne and masterpieces of Nature.

The Agrapart Family takes great care of them by a culture and a monitoring of the vineyard quite particular adapted to Nature and in its respect while emphasizing with rigor and in the love of time its productions of grapes worthy of being signed Agrapart.

Like a virtuoso alchemist, the House Agrapart composes its vintages with an Art that goes back several generations.

Description Agrapart Terroirs Magnum.

This Champagne Extra-Brut Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru named Terroirs is elaborated from the head of the cuvée of the terroirs (from where its name) Avize, Oger, Cramant and Oiry, all classified Grands Crus exclusively and for 60% of the current harvest and 40% of the harvest of the previous year.

It is a multi-millennium vintage composed of different harvests of the year and of the previous year of reserve wines of which a proportion has aged in demi-muids (a denomination acquired before the French Revolution of 1789) that is to say in oak barrels of about 650 liters.

The wine is aged on its lees for 3 to 4 years in bottles where the riddling is done manually.

Disgorgement takes place 60 days before shipping and the date of bottling and disgorgement is mentioned on each back label of the bottle.