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Egly-Ouriet Brut Rose Champagne Grand Cru

76,80 € tax incl.
64,00 € tax excl.

4.4/5   (5 Guides)

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The Rose Champagne from Egly-Ouriet: an exceptional color.

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A Grand Cru Champagne Rose macerated from Pinot Noir grapes (65%) and aged on the lees for almost a year which reveals the clearness of the wine. Elaborated also with 35% of Chardonnay to enhance the floral perfumes.

Very nice light pink robe with a beautiful brightness.

Nose: good attack of red berries coming from the Pinot Noir.

Pairing: Perfect for a single appetizer or foie gras or canapés of smoked salmon. Fits also perfectly with plancha grilled fish.

To be served at around 12°C to reveal the outstanding qualities of this Champagne.

Size :Bottle 0,75L
Appellation :Champagne Grand Cru
Vintage :Non Vintage
Grapes :65% Pinot Noir - 35% Chardonnay
Classification :Grand Cru
Dosage :Brut (6 to 12 g/L)

It was right after the second World War that the Egly House was born, when Francis Egly’s Grandfather started in the wine business with 3 hectares of vine in the Grand Cru area of Ambonnay. By buying them and then with a wedding to Madame Ouriet, the descendants Michel and Francis acquired another 9 hectares, among which the wonderful plot of Crayères, where vines are more than 60 years old.

In total, the vineyard, where the vine’s average age is 40 years, covers around 10 hectares on the Grand Cru areas of Ambonnay, Bouzy, and Verzenay, with two thirds of Pinot noir and the rest shared between pinot meunier and Chardonnay. The soil is clay-limestone, like every remarkable vineyard in France, and benefit from a south-south-east exposure. All the work is reasoned farming.

Depending on the harvest’s and the wine’s characteristics, Francis Egly, the current owner, varies the proportion of the barrel’s ages from 1 to 5 years since 1995, in which the wine is going to age in varying proportions, thus letting every terroir express itself, instead of following a steady recipe. There isn’t any malolactic fermentation since 1999, in order to preserve the wine’s freshness and the disgorging dates are mentioned on the back labels.

Contrary to Champagne, who sells its bottles younger and younger, Francis Egly, following his father Michel, builds patiently a treasure that allows him to sell his bruts after four years of ageing, and his vintages after six years. Very low production, around 100.000 bottles depending on the year.

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Guide reviews Average : 4.4/5 (5 reviews)
Wine Spectator 92/100
Jancis Robinson 17/20
Revue du Vin de France 17,5/20
Gault & Millau 17/20
Stephen Tanzer 93/100
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