Chiquet Champagne 1er Cru Tradition Brut

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Color

Oro chiaro.

Smell

Sentori di frutta secca, come l'albicocca.

Taste

Buona scioltezza in bocca ove si ritrovano profumi tipici dell'odore. Buona lunghezza.

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Features

YEAR NV
VINES 35% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Nero, 40% Pinot Meunier
TRAINING SYSTEM Potatura Chablis e Cordon de Royat.
ALCOL 12.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard
COLLECTED La vendemmia viene effettuata manualmente a settembre, il trasporto si fà con delle cassette traforate. Torchi idraulici di 4 000 kg.

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CLASSIFICATION AOC Champagne
TEMPERATURE 6-8
GROUND Argilo-calcareo su gesso a belemnita. Questo gesso accumula e poi restituisce il calore solare. Facilita il drenaggio delle acque in eccesso e restituisce l'umidità durante l'estate. Stocca i principali minerali che danno all'uva il suo forte tenore in estere.
REFINEMENT Invecchiamento sui lieviti per 2.5 ? 4 anni.
PLANTS FOR HECTARE Dagli 8 300 a 10 000 ceppi a ettare.
WINEMAKING Sfangamento statico da 15 a 20 ore. Vinificazione parcellare. Fermentazione in tini termo-regolati di piccoli volumi. Fermentazione malolattica realizzata, allevamento per 4 a 7 mesi dopo la vendemmia.
PERLAGE Mousse fine.

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Spectator 0000 92
Wine Advocated 0000 88

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Name: Gaston Chiquet
Start-up year: 1746
Cultivated hectares: 23
Address: 912 , avenue du Général Leclerc - Dizy (France)
Web Site: www.gastonchiquet.com

1746 Eight generations have passed since Nicholas CHIQUET planted his first vine in 1746s. 1919 Fernand and Gaston Chiquet –winemakers from the cradle – combine their talents to establish a winery. They are pioneers in Champagne: among the very first to grow their own grapes, produce their own champagne and market it under their own label, CHIQUET Frères. 1923 CHIQUET Frères wins its first medal at a competition in Paris, then its first gold medal in Epernay. 1935 Gaston CHIQUET separates from his brother to create his own label. 1950 Gaston and his son, Claude, expand the family’s holdings into the regions of Aÿ and Hautvillers. Grapes from these vines increase the possibilities for blending – the essential art of champagne. 2003 Antoine and Nicolas CHIQUET’s turn. These brothers assure continuity while respecting their ancestral rules: “Our goal is to maintain the quality we have inherited.” The techniques improve – the tradition endures.