Champagne Week 2018

By champagnediscovery, May 9 2018 10:17AM

Once again this April’s “Le Printemps des Champagnes” gave professionals and keen amateurs alike the opportunity to taste a multitude of new cuvées from many of the region’s top producers. It is always an exciting to time to meet up with friends, taste and discuss the wines which grabbed our attention. Whilst there were many, here are 20 of our stand-out champagnes…


Barrat-Masson – Les Volies

Laurent Bénard – Vibrato 2012

Etienne Calsac – Clos des Maladries 2014

Corbon – Les Bacchantes 2009

Doyard – Révolution

Charles Dufour – Bulles de Comptoir #6 La Benjamine 2.0

Valérie Frison – Portlandia 2014

Pierre Gimonnet – Œnophile Non Dosé 2012

Olivier Horiot – Arbane

Laherte Frères – Les Longues Voyes 2013

Emmanuel Lassaigne – Le Flacon de l’Incertitude

Leclerc Briant – Abyss

Lelarge-Pugeot – Honey Harmony

Rémi Leroy – Les Crots Rosée de Saignée

Mouzon-Leroux – L’Ascendant

Pierre Péters – Réserve Oubliée

Timothée Strœbel – Triptyque brut nature


Other highlights included tastings with famous houses and some memorable champagnes were…

Drappier – Quattuor Blanc de Quatre Blancs

Charles Heidsieck – Blanc de Blancs 1981

Krug – Grande Cuvée 163rd Edition (in magnum)


Santé,


Lee and Gita














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