Produced from equal parts of chardonnay and pinot noir, aged for over five years in the cool cellars of Reims, this fine vintage champagne shows an elegant richness and an appealing complexity. Founded in 1730 in Epernay, the House of Chanoine is one of the very oldest in the region.
|Style||Champagne and sparkling Wine|
|Grape||Pinot Noir, Chardonnay|
The Chanoine champagne house is the second oldest in Champagne, founded originally in 1730 by two brothers, Jacques-Louis and Jean-Baptiste. The brothers excavated the first ever champagne cellars in the town of Epernay that year. They travelled the length and breadth of Europe, introducing their champagne to the affluent society of the time.
Vintage champagne is produced only in good quality years. The champagne produced using the classic champagne method, it is fermented in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures. The champagne is aged in bottle for at least 5 years which allows the flavours to develop to give a fine, soft and elegant champagne.
This fine vintage champagne shows an elegant richness and an appealing complexity