Famous for its extraordinary finesse, this 2012 Lancelot Royer grand cru vintage is an exceptional champagne.
This 2011 vintage is made from 100% Chardonnay grapes classified as Grand Crus from the villages of Cramant, Chouilly, Oger and Avise.
Considered as a great year, 2012 allowed Lancelot Royer champagne to produce one of its best vintages.
This vintage alone is proof that winegrowers' champagnes can compete with the great Houses.
A fantastic producer’s Champagne.
Aspect: Golden Yellow
Nose: Slightly brioched
Palate: Fine and refreshing
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The Lancelot-Royer House was founded by Pierre Lancelot in 1960, from inherited vineyards. It is located in the prestigious village of Cramant, in the Côte des Blancs region. In 1996, the House and its 5 hectare estate were passed on to Pierre's daughter, Sylvie and his son-in-law, Michel Chauvet.
Bringing their touch of modernity to the estate, Sylvie and Michel continue to perpetuate Lancelot-Royer's know-how.
To achieve this, the Lancelot-Royer House is kept at a human scale, favoring the quality of champagne over quantity, producing no more than 40,000 bottles per year.