Le Mesnil is 100% Chardonnay from Grand Cru vineyards on the chalk soils of the Cotes de Blancs. The Champagne takes its name from the town 'Le Mesnil-sur-Oger', which is south of Epernay and one of only 17 Villages in the Champagne region with the right to the designation 'Grand Cru'.
On the pour, this Champagne demonstrates an excellent white frothy mousse, showing good hold. Aromatically, this wine delivers a classic Champagne sniff. Yeasty, baked bread notes are followed by some brioche and a hint of citrus. The palate is surprisingly full and rich with mouthfilling flavors of baked bread and biscuit. There's a slightly creamy texture and excellent length on the finish.
The vines of this fiercely independent domaine are all at least 60-years-old. Laurent Martelet is vigneron at this small estate located in the hamlet of Blagny. "La Genelotte" is a Premier Cru site just north of Blagny, on the Meursault...
Made from 100% white Grenache grown at a high altitude from 100 year old vines (planted in 1915). This dry white exhibits lots of quince, honeysuckle, white currant and lemon blossom notes. Fresh, medium-bodied and elegant. A lovely white that...
This is a bright and juicy white from the Piedmont region in Northern Italy. Gorgeous soft, floral fruit with peach and honey and freshness. Serious elegance here with a mouthful of bright, crisp minerality.