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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This racy Champagne is made from 100% Pinot Noir. It "drinks rich" and deserves a big Burgundy glass, with ample time for reflection.
Rich & voluptuous, this treasure is named for the Archbishop Aubry de Humbert, who, in May 1211, laid the foundation stone of the Reims Cathedral ~ home to the coronation of French Kings.
Aurelien Suenen has taken the Champagne world by storm ...
Made from 100% Chardonnay grapes grown in a single Grand Crú vineyard in Chouilly.
“Fût de Chêne” (“Oak Barrels”) is 100% Chardonnay fermented and aged in, yes, French oak barrels, coopered from oak grown on the top of the Montagne de Reims. A favorite for the fantastical pairings at the famed Alinea (awarded three stars by Michelin).
“V&C has a cult following for its refined, elegant Champagnes”. - Food & Wine
Robert Parker has rated Vilmart & Cie as “Outstanding”. Note: 2013 Vintage
The Darling of Master Sommeliers
From 35-year-old Chardonnay vines, this is an exceptional vintage ~ something a patient bon vivant would cellar. That said, I have yet to meet a terribly patient bon vivant.
Awarded the acclaimed "Special Club" title after a blind tasting by members of the exclusive Club Trésors. Gift boxed. Note: Vintage is 2012
Blanc de Blancs or Rosé? The perfect answer when it's just too taxing to decide.