Champagne Hervé Dubois - 2016 Vintage Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru

Champagne Hervé Dubois - 2017 Vintage Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru


A champagne for lovers of complex and structured Blanc de Blancs.

This emblematic cuvée of the house is made from the oldest vines of the estate. Older than 60 years, these old Chardonnay vines bring complexity and aromatic richness to this champagne for laying down.

The minimum ageing period of 5 years gives this cuvée all the complexity that one expects from a vintage champagne. The Chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs brings the typical tension and minerality of this terroir. The malolactic fermentation, partially carried out (50%), softens this wine and gives it a perfect balance between freshness and structure.

While retaining its freshness, the palate of this extra brut champagne (5 g/l) has a beautiful length with notes of citrus fruit.

A great vintage not to be missed.


Terroir: Côte des Blancs

Blend: 100% Chardonnay

Malolactic fermentation: partial (50%)

Ageing: 5 to 6 years on lees

Dosage: Extra Brut (5 g/l)

Food and wine pairing: this cuvée of character is ideal to accompany scallop skewers, a thread of Saint-Pierre or a cendered goat log.

Aspect: golden yellow.

Nose: a bouquet of great minerality, duality with buttery notes.

Palate: greedy and fresh, with good length on citrus notes.

Contains sulfites

Thierry B, le 2024-03-21

Très bon champagne.

Diego A, le 2024-02-05

da aspettare , annata minore ancora poco espressivo .. curioso di berlo tra 1-2 anni.

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The history of champagne Hervé Dubois

South of Épernay lies the Côte des Blancs and its Chardonnay vines which have made its reputation. Hervé Dubois champagne is located in the heart of this exceptional terroir, in Avize, one of the 5 villages classified as Grand Cru in the region.

This family house grows Chardonnay, inseparable from this chalky terroir, but also Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.

The signature of the house?

A typical balance between freshness and structure that can be found in every cuvée.

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