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Beaune Clos Saint

It is on the site of this remarkable vineyard that we find the oldest traces of the Chardonnay variety Beaune. Quite a rarity in this Pinot Noir territory. Before it was given the appellation of Clos Saint-Landry, this vineyard appeared under the name of Tiélandry, meaning the estate of a certain Landry. It then became the property of the abbey of Maizières before the purchase by Antoine Philibert Joseph Bouchard in 1791. Since then, Bouchard Père & Fils has preciously kept the monopoly of this white Premier Cru of 1.98 hectares.

Bonnes Mares

Could the prestige of this Grand Cru be due to the work of man or the protection of the gods ? Some think that the names comes from the verb ” marer ” which meant ” cutlivate “, whilst others assert that the ” appellation ” originated in the bas-reliefs found on the site representing the mother goddesses, or “Bonnes Mères” who
protected the harvest. In 1996, Bouchard Père & Fils acquired 24 “ares” at Chambolle-Musigny and now produces a little over 1000 bottles of this wine per year.

Celebris Rosé 2007

APPEARANCE The colour is pale pink with ruby-cherry refl ections.

NOSE On the nose, fl avours of raspberry, strawberry, blueberry and vanilla but also fresher notes of fl owers such as lilac or violet.

PALATE On the palate it is fresh and broad dominated by red fruits such as strawberry, raspberry and redcurrant, giving a soft full sensation fi nishing on notes of grapefruit and lemon.

PAIRING This CELEBRIS Rosé 2007 Extra Brut cuvée is made to please the fi nest gourmet and also anyone who loves romanticism in an aperitif. It can be served with carefully chosen dishes such a tuna fi sh, roasted Dublin-Bay prawns, veal, suckling or salt-marsh lamb, wild salmon but also with desserts based on strawberry, raspberry or pink grapefruit….

Celebris Vintage 2007

APPEARANCE A sparkling, pale yellow colour with a string of fi ne, discreet bubbles.

NOSE The nose is complex with smoky notes and hazelnut overtones. A very fresh nose which, as it warms slightly in the glass, reveals minty, even slightly spicy notes.

PALATE Very fi ne tension on the palate with volume and a crispness carried through to the middle palate with notes of brioche. The delightful sharpness of Chardonnay reappears on the fi nish with a hint of pink grapefruit.

PAIRING CELEBRIS is ideal choice for the well-informed gastronome to share on special occasions to whet the appetite. It will match well with simple fare such as oysters, particularly Belon oysters from Brittany, and langoustines or more intricate dishes such as sea bream in Thai sauce, chicken with lemongrass, fi let of veal or a grilled sole. Michel Guérard, renowned chef at Les Pres d’Eugenie, suggests a squab pigeon of Volière du Mandarin-Jardinier with caramelized duck liver.

Chablis

This is the largest and most famous Grand Cru; its fame based on its history as one of Chablis’ first
vineyards. The appellaJon enjoys a southerly aspect with very white, dense and deep clay soil, resJng
on a limestone bed 80 cm below the ground, which brings to the wine those spicy notes so typical of
this terroir

Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos

Combining lovely fruiDness with an aEracDve freshness and characterisDc minerality,Chablis is a wine region with global renown. Domaine William Fèvre’s vineyards sit on Kimmeridgian subsoil and enjoy ideal exposures for the production of a very fine wine.

Chablis Premier Cru Mont de Milieu

The name of this appellaGon comes from Mont de Lieu which marks the border between Burgundy and
Champagne, illustrated by a marker stone dividing the two duchies which can be found on its summit.
With a double exposure moving from south to southeast facing, this terroir benefits from a higher
average temperature and more sunshine than the other Premiers Crus.

Chambertin Grand Cru

This appellation appears for the first time on an 18th century label as “Campus Bertini” from the name Bertin, a grower who is said to have planted and cultivated the land and obtained wines of the same quality as its famous neighbour, Le Clos de Bèze. Since then, this appellation, which was the favorite of Napoleon, has acquired such notoriety that the village of Gevrey has become Gevrey-Chambertin. The estate owns 15 ares and Bouchard Père & Fils produces some 700 bottles per year of this precious cru. The vines are planted on a gentle slope of red ferruginous chalk.