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This Champagne is a tribute to yesterday. Half of the wine comes from a Solera system which is a blend of several years and the other half comes from previous reserve wines. Think of this as a way of having aged reserve Champagne without the hefty price tag. The seven grapes used in this wine also play a tribute to yesterday as they include varietals that you wouldn't find in most of today's Champagnes like Fromenteau Arbanne, and Petit Meslier. They are blended with todays usual suspects; Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Meunier.

Laherte’s champagnes are full in flavor and strongly imprinted by place, reflecting the earthy, stony terroirs of the Coteaux Sud d’Epernay. With their often ample girth and intense expression of soil, the wines can sometimes veer toward the rustic, but they more than make up for it by their depth of character. Dosage is always very low, between four and eight grams, which suits the ripeness and concentration of fruit here, derived from conscientious work in the vines.

— Peter Liem

Champagne is possibly the most recognized regional "brand" in wine. Famous for its traditional method sparking wine, the standard accompaniment to any celebration. The chalky soils and rich history make Champagne and unparalleled region for sparkling wine.

Champagne Laherte Freres NV Les 7

SKU: 760456
Regular price $174.85
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Champagne

VARIETAL: Blend

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FORMAT: 750 ML

This Champagne is a tribute to yesterday. Half of the wine comes from a Solera system which is a blend of several years and the other half comes from previous reserve wines. Think of this as a way of having aged reserve Champagne without the hefty price tag. The seven grapes used in this wine also play a tribute to yesterday as they include varietals that you wouldn't find in most of today's Champagnes like Fromenteau Arbanne, and Petit Meslier. They are blended with todays usual suspects; Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Meunier.

Laherte’s champagnes are full in flavor and strongly imprinted by place, reflecting the earthy, stony terroirs of the Coteaux Sud d’Epernay. With their often ample girth and intense expression of soil, the wines can sometimes veer toward the rustic, but they more than make up for it by their depth of character. Dosage is always very low, between four and eight grams, which suits the ripeness and concentration of fruit here, derived from conscientious work in the vines.

— Peter Liem

Champagne is possibly the most recognized regional "brand" in wine. Famous for its traditional method sparking wine, the standard accompaniment to any celebration. The chalky soils and rich history make Champagne and unparalleled region for sparkling wine.