Three classic sparkling wines, all made by artisanal growers in the traditional method. Includes a bottle of grower Champagne!
- The 2018 Les Bulles de Paul is dedicated to winemaker Pablo Chevrot’s grandfather. Mostly Pinot Noir with a dash of Chardonnay and Aligoté, it’s made in the traditional method and spends more than three years on lees. It’s a round sparkling with plenty of yeasty character, balanced by lime zest and fresh acidity.
- The husband-and-wife winemaking team of Jura’s Champ Divin makes this traditional method brut nature from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir every vintage. The 2020 Zéro Dosage spends nine months on lees before being disgorged; complex but not austere, it features classic Jura yellow fruits and is loaded with stony minerality.
- Lacourte-Godbillon has been making grower Champagne in Écueil for over forty years, and this 100% Pinot Noir cuvée is sourced from the mid-slopes (“Mi-Pentes”) of their organically farmed vineyards. It’s based on the 2017 vintage, with 30% reserve wine from 2015; spending 41 months on lees, it receives 3 g/L dosage. Rich, round, and spicy with excellent palate weight and texture.