Entrance champagne of one of the first Maison to vinify and produce its own cuvées from grapes and soils of property.
A Récoltant Manipulant already from the second half of the nineteenth century!
Today the brothers Olivier and Didier Gimonnet, respectively vigneron and chef de cave, dedicate the brand to their mother Francoise Larmandier. A
Blanc de Blancs made from only Premier Cru grapes from Cuis, the result of a careful assemblage of six different vintages.
SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO
Giallo paglierino brillante.
Il naso e ben distante dai banali sentori di "crosta di pane e lievito", ma ricco di sfumature, a partire da burrose note floreali di zagara agrumi e mela golden, fino, all'alzarsi della temperatura, a ricordi di torta di mele appena sfornata.
La bocca, come Didier ama sottolineare, mostra la sua appartenenza al gesso dei Premier Cru della Côte des Blancs, che si traduce in una setosa sensazione di freschezza salata. Lungo e persistente, dona una piacevolissima salivazione minerale.
0,75 L Standard
Perlage finissimo e persistente.
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Name: Larmandier Père Et Fils Start-up year: 1899 Address: Cramant (France)
It is one of the oldest companies of propriètaire-rècoltant of the cote de blancs, founded in 1899 by Jules Larmandier. After the Great War, it succeeded in retaining a considerable clientele despite the fact that the market at the time was not used to champagnes produced by small owners. He had understood that he had to focus on his strong point: the great crus of chardonnay. Since then, the most representative champagne of the company became the Brut Perlè. His son Philippe expanded the size of the company by buying about twenty hectares in Cramant. Since 1987 the style of the maison Larmandier is carried out by his daughter, Francoise Larmandier married in Gimmonet: the sons of Francoise, Olivier and Didier Gimmonet perpetuate the Larmandier philosophy from that year, producing only champagne blanc de blancs.