The Ancestrale cuvée signed Christophe Lefèvre is a pure Pinot Noir champagne with a very good length in the mouth.
This blanc de noirs vintage 2013 is blended from grapes from a single plot called "les vignes aux animaux". It was aged in 300-litre oak barrels, which gives it a slight woody note and very sustained aromas.
Dosed in Brut nature (0g/l), this organic champagne contains no added sulphites.
An organic blanc de noirs to discover between connoisseurs!
Aspect: end of bead of bubbles.
Nose: tertiary aromas of concentrated honey vanilla.
Palate: slight woody note and very sustained aromas, leaves a good length in the mouth.
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It was in the 1980s that Christophe Lefèvre, a farmer in Bonneil, decided to embark on the conversion of his farm. Gradually, he transformed the cereal farm inherited from his father into a wine-growing estate.
To achieve this, year after year, he recomposed his grandparents’ vineyard with the objective of producing an organic champagne. This viticulture method was only ten years old when the second wave of Champagne winegrowers converted in the 1980s to this environmental-friendly cultivation method.
When he founded his own Champagne House, Christophe Lefèvre ambitioned to produce a grape for his own Champagne. Today, this objective is achieved by this family House of 4.30 hectares located on the slopes of the Marne Valley.