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Telmont Réserve Brut Magnum

Telmont Réserve Brut Magnum

Champagne - Brut - Telmont
$92.63 $92.63 Tax excl.
Magnum 1,5L
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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Data sheets
Grape varieties
Chardonnay 31%
Pinot Noir 16%
Pinot Meunier 53%


The Champagne Telmont is a family-run Champagne house, renowned for its craftsmanship, commitment to quality and rich history. Founded in 1912 by Henri Lhôpital, the house is located in the village of Damery, in the heart of the Vallée de la Marne, in the prestigious Champagne region. 

The history of the Lhôpital family dates back to the early 20th century, when Henri Lhôpital decided to create his own house of Champagne. A passionate and visionary winemaker, he acquired vineyards in the Vallée de la Marne and set about producing exceptional Champagnes. The quality and authenticity of Telmont's cuvées soon attracted the attention of Champagne connoisseurs, and the company gained recognition.

Through the generations, the Lhôpital family has passed on its know-how and winegrowing heritage, while remaining true to the values of tradition, respect for the terroir and innovation. Today, the company is still run by the family, who continue the family heritage and commitment to excellence. 

The terroir of Vallée de la Marne is a major asset to the quality of Telmont Champagnes. The vineyards cover almost 36 hectares, mainly located in villages classified as Premier Cru appellation, such as Damery, Boursault and Verneuil. The terroir of Vallée de la Marne is characterized by its clay-limestone soils, which give the grapes optimal ripeness and characteristic freshness. 

The Telmont house is particularly attentive to environmental preservation and soil health. It favors reasoned viticulture, using nature-friendly practices and avoiding the use of synthetic chemicals. 

The grapes are harvested by hand, allowing careful selection of the ripest and healthiest bunches, guaranteeing the superior quality of the grapes.

Winemaking at Telmont is a meticulous process, where tradition and modernity meet. The grapes are gently pressed, and the juices are vinified in stainless steel vats to pRéserver purity of aroma and freshness of fruit. Part of the wines undergo malolactic fermentation to bring a creamy texture and additional complexity to the cuvées. 

The ageing of Telmont Champagnes is mainly in stainless steel vats, and part of the cuvées are aged in oak barrels, offering a wide range of aromas and a silky texture to the Champagnes. The cuvées are aged on lees for an extended period, giving them great complexity and finesse. 

The Champagnes are distinguished by their elegance, freshness and expression of the Champagne terroir. They offer a complex aromatic palette, ranging from fresh fruit to brioche notes, with floral and spicy nuances. On the palate, Champagnes are well-balanced, with delicate effervescence and a lingering finish, testifying to their high quality.

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Description Telmont Réserve Brut Magnum.

The Champagne Telmont Réserve Brut is the result of a subtle blend of wines from vineyards cultivated with Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir grapes, harvested mainly between 2014 and 2017.

A careful selection of vineyards was undertaken, including 44% of the blend from the Damery vineyard, 8.5% from Fontette, 6.8% from Songy, 6.7% from the prestigious classified vineyard Grand Cru from Champagne to Avize, and the remaining 34% made up of vineyards in Saudoy, Cumières, Nogent l'Abbesse and Epernay.

After bottling, the wines were carefully lowered into deep cellars for a period of three years before being disgorged.

The color is delicate gold.

On the nose, it reveals rich aromas of white flowers such as honeysuckle, with a light vanilla finish.

On the palate, the first impression is marked by the remarkable freshness of stewed fruits such as plum, fig and peach, enhanced by a subtle note of mirabelle plum. The finish on the palate presents a slightly spicy touch with accents of candied tropical fruit, prolonged by saline, sweet notes.

To accompany this Champagne, we recommend serving it as an aperitif at a temperature of 10-12°C, in order to pRéserver its exquisite fragrances and flavors. It pairs harmoniously with Marennes-Oléron oysters or Belon oysters from Brittany's Côte d'Emeraude, as well as with shellfish from Scotland or Ireland. It is also perfect with canapés garnished with caviar or tapenade made from Provence black olives. It reaches particular perfection when enjoyed with sea fish such as turbot or sole.

Bottles to be stored lying down, in a cellar away from light and noise with a humidity level of around 70%.

We suggest successive tastings to measure its evolution to its qualitative peak.