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Lacroix Triaulaire Champagne Brut La Biographe

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«Le biographe» is by definition, the signature of our House style. Its aromas come from the blending of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier including some reserve wines. The depiction of our terroir and history. Its colour is pale gold and shiny. «Le biographe» is a composition dedicated to thirst as in great occasions, for sheer and gourmet pleasure.

SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO

Color

Oro pallido e lucido.

Smell

Avvolge un naso di note tostate, praline e frutta matura come prugna o fichi.

Taste

Il finale è più dolce, fresco e fedele allo stile House. "Le biographe" è una composizione dedicata alla sete come nelle grandi occasioni, per un piacere puro e goloso.

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Features

YEAR NV
VINES 17% Chardonnay, 67% Pinot Nero, 16% Pinot Meunier
ALCOL 12.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION AOC Champagne
TEMPERATURE 6-8
LOCATION Merrey-sur-Arce (France)
PERLAGE Perlage fine e persistente.

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Name: Lacroix Triaulaire
Start-up year: 1917
Winemaker name: 4, rue de la Motte - Merrey-sur-Arce (France)
Address: www.champagne-lacroix-triaulaire.fr

The history of Champagne Lacroix-Triaulaire started as soon as 1917: two families represented by two men from Aube region - one is a farmer, the other one runs a local hardware store - they meet and they become friends during the Great War. Ten years later, the lives of their respective children, Lucienne Cosson and Jacques Lacroix, begin a new bloodline. Living at first from livestoch breeding and cereal crop, Jacques, with his brother Jean, decide quite early to find a farm to take over so as to continue the passion for working the land inherited from their ancestors. In the late 1950's, when the Ministry of Agricolture launched large projects of land clearance in hte Aube region, the family Lacroix took the occasion to weite the first chapter of their history: the owned more than 250 hectares then and bred up to 700 sheep. On 3rd October 1951, the love between Lucienne and Jacques was marked by the birth of François, broight up his grandmother, started studies to gest his Certificate of Agricultural Studies and rapidity applied his know-how with a House of Champagne. There he acquired some wine experience enriching his land education and his knowledge, by reading thousands of books. As he became a young wine-grower, he also learnt about vinification and wine trade. Ambitious and promising, François was quickly appointed team leader and broker.