Our top tastes of 2016

By champagnediscovery, Dec 23 2016 05:49PM

It has come to that time of year when we review some of favourite champagnes, tasted for the first time by us in 2016. We were very fortunate to once again drink and taste a plethora of incredible champagnes this year - whilst some are completely new cuvées to us, there are a few new vintages too.


Marc Augustin – “Feu”

Etienne Calsac – “Les Rocheforts”

Chevreux-Bournazel – “La Parcelle”

Corbon – Millésime 1996

Déhours – “Lieu-dit Brisefer 2007”

Dhondt-Grellet – “Le Bâteau 2012”

Doyard – “Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru Millésime 2009”

Charles Dufour – “La Pulpe et la Grain – Part 2 (2009)”

Pierre Gerbais – “L’Audace”

Goutorbe-Bouillot – “Clos des Monnaies”

Olivier Horiot – “5 Sens”

Huré Frères – “4 Elements Pinot Meunier (2012)”

Benoît Lahaye – “Le Jardin de la Grosse Pierre 2011”

Laherte Frères – “Les Vignes d’Autrefois 2011”

Legras & Haas – “Les Sillons 2012”

Lelarge-Pugeot – “Millésime 2005”

Franck Pascal – “Sérenité 2010”

Pierre Péters – “Les Chéillons 2008”

Fabrice Pouillon – “Solera 9710”

Ernest Remy – “Oxymore 2008”

Savart – “Dame de Cœur 2012”

Jean-Marc Sélèque – “Les Solistes (Meunier)”

Jacques Selosse – “Le Bout de Clos – Ambonnay”

Guillaume Sergent – “Le Chemin des Chappes”

Vadin-Plateau – “Bois de Jots”


Santé,


Lee and Gita










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