Le Gallais La Grande Vinge Blanc de Blancs Brut Champagne

SKU #1425030

This small, all estate grown Champagne is sourced from only one vineyard, the Clos Boursault, an ancient walled vineyard just west of Epernay on the Marne. The Le Gallais La Grande Vinge Blanc de Blancs Brut Champagne is all Chardonnay from the east facing vines in the clos. This is aged five years on the lees and has super clean Meyer lemon flavors and a direct and refreshing finish. This would be perfect with all kinds of shellfish. Sadly only 36 bottles were available for the USA! -Gary Westby K&L

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By: Diana Turk | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/20/2019 | Send Email
Wow. New Direct Import grower-producer Le Gallais is an exciting addition to our Champagne repertoire. The vines for the Blanc de blancs are grown within a clos on east-facing slopes, perfect for providing the bright morning sun that Chardonnay needs. This release – all sourced from 2013 but not labeled as vintage – is both elegant and racy, with lemon fruit and a welcome kick to the clean finish. And aged five years on the lees! Winemaker Charlotte Le Gallais has a deft hand at creating Champagnes that highlight simplicity while maintaining incredible complexity.

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