Master sommeliers & wine critics adore Family Estate Champagnes
Why? Family Estate Champagnes are exquisite, artisanal and one of a kind. Unlike mass produced Champagne, they reflect the terroir [teh-RWARH] of Champagne's finest private estates, the artistry of the winemakers and the legacies of the families behind them. Until recently, these Champagnes could only be found in the world's most celebrated five-star restaurants, such as The French Laundry, Noma and Eleven Madison Park, etc.
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The gift box alone says "Joie de Champagne" and bon vivant! Each box holds one bottle. Illustration by Margaret Hurst.
Meticulously committed to sustainable farming practices, Stéphane's Champagnes are fresh & lively. This would be exquisite as an apéritif.
The label is a portrait of Caroline Milan's great grandmother as a young wife, painted by her husband, Caroline’s grandfather.
Rich, full-bodied & toasty ~ "the Scotch Drinkers Champagne"
The family’s slice of Les Chétillons is one of the finest bits in Champagne.
An intriguing combination of ripe fruit and structure. Not to mention a super cool label.
“One of my favorite rosés in all of Champagne” - Peter Liem, the Champagne guru's guru
This Rosé's delicious, rich profile has been created by the uncommon Saignée (“sonyay”) method, in which some of the juice is drawn off crushed Pinot Noir grapes.
From the "Golden Child" of Champagne...
An elegant Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs from Avize