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2017 Dhondt Grellet, Les Nogers Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut Premier Cru

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2017 Dhondt Grellet, Les Nogers Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut Premier Cru

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95
Regular price $195
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Les Nogers is of old vines, now over 50 years old. It is a particularly interesting lieu dit because it is a continuation on the same hill as Le Bateau (Cramant) but in the village of Cuis. His parcel begins with sandy-clay, becoming chalkier as you ascend the slope

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"Adrien Dhondt has been making some of the most compelling yet approachable wines in Champagne"

Dhondt Grellet

In 1986 Dhondt-Grellet was started by Adrien's parents. Unlike many other producers in Champagne at this time, they had an affinity for healthy farming. Adrien took over in 2012 and has slowly been making changes to the wine, putting an emphasis on different cuvées highlighting their parcels and what Chardonnay can do in them.  

Adrien is not certified organic, but as we often mention this doesn't say much. He is currently plowing by horse, free of herbicides and pesticides, and making his own compost with his main goal of creating microbial life to enrich the vine cycle. He has always looked to Burgundy for inspiration, realizing parcels in Champagne have unique terroir as well that deserve to be showcased. Yields are low and the grapes are harvested at optimal ripeness. In the cellar fermentation and aging happen in large oak barrels. The wines spend eight months on the lees without cold stabilization, filtering or fining and topped up as needed.

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Dhondt Grellet

"Adrien Dhondt has been making some of the most compelling yet approachable wines in Champagne"

In 1986 Dhondt-Grellet was started by Adrien's parents. Unlike many other producers in Champagne at this time, they had an affinity for healthy farming. Adrien took over in 2012 and has slowly been making changes to the wine, putting an emphasis on different cuvées highlighting their parcels and what Chardonnay can do in them.  

Adrien is not certified organic, but as we often mention this doesn't say much. He is currently plowing by horse, free of herbicides and pesticides, and making his own compost with his main goal of creating microbial life to enrich the vine cycle. He has always looked to Burgundy for inspiration, realizing parcels in Champagne have unique terroir as well that deserve to be showcased. Yields are low and the grapes are harvested at optimal ripeness. In the cellar fermentation and aging happen in large oak barrels. The wines spend eight months on the lees without cold stabilization, filtering or fining and topped up as needed.

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