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1987 Champagne Brut Millesime

De Venoge · Champagne · Champagne · France

Classification: AOC
3 in stock
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    3 in stock
    CHF 150.80
CHF 150.80
  • CHF 150.80 VAT included
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1987 · Champagne Brut Millesime · De Venoge · Champagne · Champagne · France ·

Sub-region Sub-region Champagne
Alcohol content Alcohol content 12.5 %
Classification Classification AOC
De Venoge

De Venoge

Idyllically situated in the Capital of Champagne, along the famed Avenue de Champagne in Épernay, de Venoge is a real treasure trove. With millions of bottles of Champagne stored beneath the House in chalk cellars, de Venoge is home to one of the richest wine libraries in the region. Conveying the image of nobility, distinction and refinement, de Venoge has quite an interesting history. The House was founded in 1837 by Swiss native, Henri-Marc de Venoge. The de Venoge family can actually trace its roots back to 15th century Switzerland, to where the Venoge river flows into Lake Geneva. Since 1998, the House has joined the Champagne group, Boizel Chanoine Champagne. Today, the House’s wines are distributed in over 40 countries and each bottle is made with the highest of quality standards including low dosages, the use of only first-press juices and long aging periods. Champagne de Venoge offers a rich and complete range of high-quality Champagnes with an excellent value for money. ...
Champagne

Champagne

There is no drink quite as festive as Champagne. Sparkling wine was first produced within its three main towns – Reims, its largest and home to the Montagne de Reims, famed for its Pinot Noir; Epernay, the capital of the Côte des Blancs, the area most renowned for its Chardonnay; and Ay, the town situated on the border of both the Montagne de Reims and the Côte des Blancs. Less expensive Champagnes are often produced in the more southern area of Côte de Sézanne and the Côte des Bar. The industrialisation of Champagne was developed by the widow (veuve) Clicquot in the 19th century. But it was carried through by other Houses, such as Bollinger, Krug and Moët & Chandon. While large Houses still dominate Champagne’s wine scene, in recent years there have been a plethora of smaller producers, known as “grower Champagnes” that have popped up. Instead of selling their grapes to negociants, they produce their own sparkling wines – a system that reflects other regions such as Burgundy. Some of the best grower Champagnes include Anselme Selosse and Cédric Bouchard. ...

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1987 Champagne Brut Millesime 75 cl
1987 Champagne Brut Millesime
75 cl
75 cl loose bottle
3 in stock
CHF 150.80 p/btl
CHF 150.80
VAT included
1x OWC/OC: i
3 in stock
CHF 150.80 p/OWC
CHF 150.80
VAT included
75 cl loose bottle
3 in stock
CHF 150.80 p/btl
CHF 150.80
VAT included
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