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Champagne Lancelot-Courtois is a family business that goes back several generations. The domaine is small, only four hectares, but those four hectares are all located in grand cru villages and the vines are all forty plus years old. The wines are elegant and balanced, showing nuanced fruit and minerality. This
Brilliant silver straw yellow in color. Intense aromas of apple blossom, ripe pear, and sweet lemon drop are complemented by toasty oak, spice, and cream. In the mouth, the silky texture of the wine is overlaid with bright, juicy flavors of ripe apple and pear for a long and fresh
Opening with aromas of orange blossom, golden delicious apple and ginger, the lengthy palate offers layers of depth and nuance. Creamy and textured on the forefront, the wine evolves to crisp and lively acidity at the mid-point middle before finishing with richness and roundness. Layered notes of ripe Anjou pear,
A harmonious blend of 70% Chardonnay and 30% Pinot Noir from a rigorous selection of Nicolas Chiquet’s finest parcels. Golden yellow hue with a hint of green, fine mousse. Fine nose: fresh, elegant, floral. Fresh and balanced palate; hazelnut, with flavors of quince in the long finish.
There is an overall sense of freshness and tension with a luscious fruit core. Fresh Meyer lemon custard, white flower, lemon verbena, and stony notes evolve along with some beeswax and marzipan accents. The wine is rich and persistent while remaining taut with salinity.
Elegant aromas of jasmine and sandalwood along with richer notes of brioche and butterscotch. On the palate, lively minerality adds complexity to flavors of pear, green apple and lemon. Rich, elegant and luxurious, this Chardonnay has a satiny smooth finish with a delightful touch of cinnamon, vanilla and hard spices.
Planted half in 1964 and half in 1999, this is an elegant, refined fruit-driven wine with a good structured impression on the palate. The Kimmeridgian escarpment of Fourchaume is reputed to produce some of the best Chablis wines and the South West exposure of the vines means that they bask