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La Grande Reserve Extra Brut Magnum NV

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Description

CHAMPAGNE EXTRA BRUT PREMIER CRU
GREAPE VARIETY
Pinot Noir 75% Chardonnay 25%
TASTING NOTES
The clay-limestone soil is well exposed to the south and the vineyard management is rigorous and careful, so much so that no herbicides or insecticides have been used for ten years. This helps to obtain healthy, well-ripened grapes that are harvested by hand, sorting directly in the vineyard. Fermentation at a very low temperature in thermoregulated steel tanks and a long ageing on the lees give us a champagne with a fine and persistent perlage that opens with a nose rich in fresh fruit and delicate lime blossom. In the mouth it is ample, fresh and well-structured with a finish of marzipan notes. Perfect with shellfish and crustaceans. CRUCIFIX PÈRE & FILS cultivates its vines with the utmost respect for its terroir. Durable Viticulture (V.D.C.) and High Environmental Value (H.E.V.) are the continuation of their commitment and family values handed down over five generations. The Magnum bottle is ideal for enjoying among friends and has a more interesting evolution than the standard bottle.

  • Blending: 70% wines from the 2016 vintage and 30% reserve wines
  • Terroir: Montagne de Reims Avenay Val d'Or Premier Cru
  • Bottle aging: 60 months
  • Disgorgement: June 2022
  • DOSAGE: 5.6g / L

Technical Sheet

Crucifix La Grande Reserve

Product Details

Vintage
NV
Bottle Size
1.5 L
Alcohol content %
12,0
Package
Bottle
Color
Sparkling
Main Grape Variety
Pinot Noir
Grape Variety 2
Chardonnay
Appellation
Champagne
Municipality
Avenay-Val-d'Or
District
Montaigne de Reims
Region
Champagne
Country
France
Type of Champagne
Extra Brut
Allergens
Contains Sulfites

Technical Sheet

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Crucifix Père et Fils

Crucifix Père et Fils Discover Maison Crucifix Père et Fils and its fine Champagnes in our online store The Montagne De Reims is a forested promontory with a height of no more than 300 m. It stretches between the cities of Reims and Epernay and lies between the Marne and Vesle rivers. The terrain in this area is unique and is characterized by the important presence of chalk at depth that acts as a water reservoir. The undisputed king of this area is Pinot Noir. André Gabriel already in the 1940s was one of the few winemakers who realized the great potential of the grapes he grew in this area and decided to establish his own champagne brand. In 1960 André's daughter and son-in-law Pierre Crucifix took over the family business and developed their own label: Champagne Pierre Crucifix. In 2005, with the fifth generation of winemakers, Sébastien Crucifix renamed the company Crucifix Père & Fils, together with his wife Carole developed his cuvées while maintaining the traditions of his ancestors and cultivating his 5 hectares of Premier Cru without herbicides and insecticides for more than 10 years.
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