André Chemin Brut Millésime
From the Maker:
"Generous, but unpredictable, nature gives us, in some years, an exceptional cuvée.
Made of twice as much Pinot Noir as Chardonnay, this vintage wine, partially fermented by the malolactic fermentation, which contributes to the exceptional character, guarantees your dinners and aperitifs to be successful.
Glittery gold color and a beautiful, lively, effervescence. Flowery aromas (a hint of acacia) bring us towards a subtle mix of citrus and hazelnut, with a little touch of chocolate. A lovely complexity with a citrus delicatesse.
A generous mouth with a lovely freshness, you'll appreciate the elegance of those melting citrus notes that finish with more pastry notes.
Silver Medal and a score of 90 by DWWA 2020."
About the Maker:
It's in 1948 when André Chemin starts the production of champagne under his name. Today we are a third generation of champagne producers working under the name of Sébastian's grandfather.
Sacy being close to Reims and its famous automobile racing circuit, well-known for the '12 Hours Endurance Race' (12 Heures Internationales de Reims), our Parisian neighbours came to see the races and after a brief visit to the cellars walked away with champagne. This is how the business started and small houses like ours built their customer base.
The production and sales of Champagne grew by planting new land, but also by buying new plots of vineyard.
André Chemin Champagne is a fully independent family company with a yearly production of fifty-five thousand bottles of champagne and a stock of two hundred thousand bottles in the cellar, necessary in order to be able to cover our clients needs.
|Grape:||2/3 Pinot Noir, 1/3 Chardonnay|
|Dosage:||4.6 g / L|