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Chevalier Montrachet

According to the legend, the Lord of Montrachet shared his land out between his two sons. One became a Chevalier during the crusades and the other, illegitimate, is supposed to have given his name to Bâtard-Montrachet. Chevalier-Montrachet forms a horizontal strip at the top of the upper part of Montrachet and is made up of four terraces with different sub-soils, giving four different facets to this exceptional Grand Cru. During the 19th century, we acquired several vineyards and have now become the main owner and the only producer with vineyards on all four terraces.

Corton Charlemagne

An attractive story is told about this appellation: Charlemagne was very fond of the wine from Le Corton which, at the time, was red. Towards the end of the Emperor’s life, the vineyards facing south were planted with chardonnay, to produce a white wine to avoid staining his white beard. In 1909, Bouchard Père & Fils acquired 60% of the prestigious vineyard at Le Corton (i.e. 6.93 hectares) which, has the rare particularity of being planted with either pinot noir or chardonnay. Today, Bouchard Père & Fils is the third most important owner in Corton-Charlemagne, with 3.65 hectares.

Cuvee Hemera

A definite jewel in the Henriot portfolio, its name is a tribute to the Greek Goddess of day and light,
HEMERA. The fruit of a unique vintage, together with a blend of six iconic Grands Crus Champagnes, this
Champagne – more than any other – epitomises Henriot’s luminous style.

Cuvee 38

A definite jewel in the Henriot portfolio, its name is a tribute to the Greek Goddess of day and light,
HEMERA. The fruit of a unique vintage, together with a blend of six iconic Grands Crus Champagnes, this
Champagne – more than any other – epitomises Henriot’s luminous style.

Echezaux Grand Cru

This Côte de Nuits Grand Cru appellation adjoins to the south the famous Clos de Vougeot. Belonging to the commune of Flagey-Echezeaux, whose town centre is situated on the plain, the vineyard of Echézeaux blossoms on the hillside and produces powerful wines full of sappiness, with rich aromas of undergrowth, like this fine bottle signed Bouchard Père & Fils. Its keeping potential is remarkable.

Extra-Brut

APPEARANCE Bright, pale gold hue. Fine, persistent mousse.

NOSE Clean and clear on the nose with white fl ower aromas, such as acacia and hawthorn, set off by succulent aromas of pear.

PALATE This wine is of great purity with a fresh and lively acidity. It is pure and forthright on entry to the palate. The aromas detected on the nose come through again on the palate, along with vineyard peaches, mirabelles and greengages. This succulent wine is starting to express some mature aromas, thanks to the 3 years spent on its lees.

PAIRING Gosset’s Extra-Brut is a perfect aperitif wine or serve as a partner with sweet and sour dishes such as roast pork and apple sauce, or chicken with cashew nuts