Naso di frutta, pera, pesca gialla ed agrumi dolci su un giaciglio di minerali di gesso; non appena si scalda, nel bicchiere si evolvono note di burro salato e mandorle di Avola tostate, sostenute e rese leggiadre dal profumo di burro nocciolino e biscotti inglesi al burro.
Bocca di grande freschezza e persistenza da Grand Cru. Sorso caratterizzato da una bollicina cremosa ed elegante.
0,75 L Standard
Vallée de la Marne (France)
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Name: Marc Hebrart Start-up year: 1963 Cultivated hectares: 12 Address: Vallée de la Marne (France)
Propriètaires - manipulants, the Hebrarts are a fairly young reality. They have only been producing since 1963, after Marc Hebrart purchased part of the vineyards owned by Lanson. From 1983 his son Jean Paul took over the management and from then to today the cuvèe proposals have been enriched by the experience gained by structuring them into wines with a strong character and strong personality.
Currently the company consists of 12.5 hectares of vineyards approximately 30 years old, divided into 65 plots and located in 5 villages, 3 of which are classified Prèmièr cru, the other two Grand cru. The fragmentation of the plots is motivated by the fact that the vineyards have been acquired little by little, considering the high cost of the land, and shows the intention of the young Jean Paul to further increase, little by little, the territorial value of the family estates.