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Champagne Lallier Grand Cru Grande Réserve Brut NV (37.5cl)

France | NV
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£14.95 a bottle

A Champagne of exhilarating freshness, complexity and finesse, made from approximately two thirds Pinot Noir and one third Chardonnay, matured in bottle on its lees for 24-36 months. The result is a Champagne with a pale lemon colour, good steady fizz, and a powerful, typically ‘bready’ Champagne nose. On the palate it is a big complex wine, quite vinous with lots of mouthfeel followed by a long, dry finish.

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Origin

The first bottles to bear the Lallier name appeared in 1906, when the Champagne house was founded by René Lallier who had married into a prestigious Champenois family. Lallier has been firmly rooted in the village of Aÿ ever since. In 1936, Aÿ was one of the seventeen villages to be classified as ‘‘Grand Cru” in Champagne, a clear indication of the quality of the grapes that grow on its famous hillsides and the remarkable wines they produce.

Producer

The house of Lallier specialises in producing champagnes by sourcing exclusively from vineyards officially classified Grand Cru and Premier Cru. The Pinot Noir is sourced from the Grand Cru Aÿ and the Chardonnay from the Grand Crus of Avise and Cramant in the Côte de Blancs. The provenance of the grapes enables a low dosage to express the purity and the richness of these terroirs. Using approximately 2/3 Pinot Noir and 1/3 Chardonnay, and a 9g/L dosage, the bottles are matured on their lees in chalk cellars for 24-36 months.

Grape Variety

Pinot Noir 65%, Chardonnay 35%

Food Match

Serve chilled as a picnic apéritif.
Suitable for vegans & vegetarians

Alcohol Percentage

12.5%

Additional information

Region

Champagne

Alcohol Percentage

12.5%

Food Pairing

Cured Meat, Seafood, Shellfish

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single bottle, case of 6, case of 12 – save 5%

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