Champagne produced in purity from Chardonnay grapes that impresses with its elegance.
The first fermentation takes place in steel, followed by a malolactic fermentation in barrique, then re-fermentation in the bottle according to the dictates of the Champenoise method.
The result is a golden-colored bubble, fruity and elegant nose. A wine to be enjoyed as an aperitif or throughout the meal.
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Oro brillante con leggeri riflessi verdognoli.
Fruttato, floreale con delicati fiori bianchi e nocciole fresche.
Perfetta armonia con sapori freschi e sottili.
0,75 L Standard
Villers sous Châtillon (France)
In cantina per 24 mesi.
Prima fermentazione alcolica solo in tini termoregolati. Fermentazione malolattica svolta, poi il vino è assemblato con vini di riserva tenuti in tini a temperatura controllata.
Perlage fine e persistente.
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Name: J. Charpentier Address: Villers sous Châtillon (France) Web Site: www.jcharpentier.com
The history of Champagne J. Charpentier began five generations ago.
Union of Pierre and Marguerite Charpentier born three sons, Marcellin who took over from his father in 1946. Marcellin began developing the champagne in 1954 with Marcellin brand Charpentier. He and his wife, Solange, have three children, including Jacky, born in 1949. In 1960, Marcellin dies prematurely and Solange continued her husband's work with the support Jacky and his brothers.
In 1983 there was the first expansion of the cellar and in 1987 was introduced in the cellar a great technological innovation: thermoregulation. At that time very few winemakers they were equipped.
In 1997 he started a new method of vinification with wooden barrels and 200L.
Claudine Charpentier and Jacky had two sons, Jean Marc, the eldest, was born in 1979 and also Marie-Pierre, who was born in 1988. After obtaining his scientific baccalaureate, Jean Marc received his BTS Viticulture and Enology passion for wine encourages him to take the National diploma in Oenology (DNO) and after two years become a wine master and marketing.