• Recoltant manipulant

Marc Hebrart Champagne Selection Brut 1er Cru

€46.97
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Description

Details of wine

Champagne from Récoltant Manipulant in the valley of the Marne, in Mareuil-sur-Ay, village Premier Cru 99%, as to say, a breath from the Grand Cru. The producer, Jean-Paul Hebrart, is a true artist of elegance. A Champagne to drink on the Orient Express.

SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO

Color

Paglierino con riflessi dorati.

Smell

Naso che, al primo impatto, mostra una bella mela tagliata e pera Williams, oltre a soffi floreali di acacia e tiglio. Con la temperatura si apre a note di zenzero, panpepato e burro di malga (quello giallo da latte ricco di betacarotene, da mucche che hanno mangiato fiori), cera d'api e spunti balsamici.

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Features

YEAR NV
VINES Chardonnay, Pinot Nero, Pinot Meunier
ALCOL 12.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION AOC Champagne
TEMPERATURE 6-8
LOCATION Vallée de la Marne (France)
ANNUAL PRODUCTION 0
PERLAGE Bollicina fine e delicata.

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Advocated - 92

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CELLAR

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.