ERNEST RAPENEAU "Selection Brut" - Champagne

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Product SKU
CH31
Vintage: NV

A very elegant Champagne wine, thanks to the high level of craftsmanship brought by our winemaker to successfully blend the Chardonnay and Pinots grapes in its best expression.

Intense and nice straw colour, fine bubbles, persistent mousse. Floral notes (white flowers), fresh lime and exotic fruits. This wine is fresh and frank with hints of warm biscuit and nuts aromas.

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Country FRANCE Region Champagne Grape Varietal Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir

Product Description

Description

Intense and nice straw colour, fine bubbles, persistent mousse. Floral notes (white flowers), fresh lime and exotic fruits. This wine is fresh and frank with hints of warm biscuit and nuts aromas.

How to pair it

  • Meat Appetizers, cold cuts, tapas.
  • Seafood Oysters, seafood, shellfish.
  • Cheese Soft cheese.

Accolades

Awards

Wine Spectator 90 Points

American wine lifestyle magazine and one of the top 3 in the USA, it offers wine ratings, interviews and wine news articles. Past wine critics include James Suckling.

Decanter World Wine Awards Bronze

Decanter Magazine's Interational Wine competition, it has over 15000 entries per year, with results and scorings published in their magazine.

Wine Facts

More Information
Product Type Champagne & Sparkling
Grape Varietal Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir
Vintage NV
Region Champagne
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Mr. Christophe RAPENEAU
Producer Champagne GH MARTEL&CO
Average age of vines 20
Harvest method Manual harvesting
Fermentation & maceration Yes, using traditional Champagne method.
Aging 15 months
Mouth Attribute Fine Bubbles, Fresh, Rich
Nose Attribute Citrus, Floral, Fruity
SKU CH31

Vineyard Info

First winemakers of Champagne. Of the 319 villages, or crus, they are present in 52 of them. This is a considerable advantage for both the diversity of soils but also to ensure the authenticity of the house and continuity of style of Ernest Rapeneau.

Ernest Rapeneau founded his champagne and wine business in 1901 in the village of Hautvillers, the cradle of champagne. However, it was not until 1927, when the viticultural boundaries of Champagne were fixed, that Ernest began to specialise in the champagne trade. The Rapeneau family philosophy is an uncompromising commitment to honoring and continuing our vineyard and winemaking traditions. Our family's 4th generation's goal is to build on this heritage, serving our reputation as a top champagne family owned estate.

Description

Intense and nice straw colour, fine bubbles, persistent mousse. Floral notes (white flowers), fresh lime and exotic fruits. This wine is fresh and frank with hints of warm biscuit and nuts aromas.

How to pair it

  • Meat Appetizers, cold cuts, tapas.
  • Seafood Oysters, seafood, shellfish.
  • Cheese Soft cheese.

Awards

Wine Spectator 90 Points

American wine lifestyle magazine and one of the top 3 in the USA, it offers wine ratings, interviews and wine news articles. Past wine critics include James Suckling.

Decanter World Wine Awards Bronze

Decanter Magazine's Interational Wine competition, it has over 15000 entries per year, with results and scorings published in their magazine.

More Information
Product Type Champagne & Sparkling
Grape Varietal Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir
Vintage NV
Region Champagne
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Mr. Christophe RAPENEAU
Producer Champagne GH MARTEL&CO
Average age of vines 20
Harvest method Manual harvesting
Fermentation & maceration Yes, using traditional Champagne method.
Aging 15 months
Mouth Attribute Fine Bubbles, Fresh, Rich
Nose Attribute Citrus, Floral, Fruity
SKU CH31

First winemakers of Champagne. Of the 319 villages, or crus, they are present in 52 of them. This is a considerable advantage for both the diversity of soils but also to ensure the authenticity of the house and continuity of style of Ernest Rapeneau.

Ernest Rapeneau founded his champagne and wine business in 1901 in the village of Hautvillers, the cradle of champagne. However, it was not until 1927, when the viticultural boundaries of Champagne were fixed, that Ernest began to specialise in the champagne trade. The Rapeneau family philosophy is an uncompromising commitment to honoring and continuing our vineyard and winemaking traditions. Our family's 4th generation's goal is to build on this heritage, serving our reputation as a top champagne family owned estate.