Robert Allait's 2016 Stéphanie cuvée will seduce you with its freshness and balance.
This extra-brut champagne (6g/L) is blanc de blancs: it is based solely on chardonnay.
This fine and elegant cuvée with an aerial and acidic taste will sublimate your seafood, crustaceans and fish dishes (back of a yellow pollack poached with hollandaise sauce, gilt-head wrapped in foil and julienne vegetables, filet of sole with lemon butter).
Aspect: Golden color, many very fine bubbles, gold reflections
Nose: Elegant, fresh, light aromas of white flowers, generous flavor of citrus fruits, subtle aromas of exotic fruits
Palate: Elegant, aerial, acidulous, notes of white flowers, light notes of citrus, mineral, structured body, good intensity, long-lasting tastes on the palate.
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The Allait family has been established in the heart of the Marne Valley for 5 generations now. The vines of the House extend over a few hectares spread over several communes. This reach of Robert Allait’s champagne vines allows this House of independent winegrowers to have a very wide range of aromas when blending their champagne. Additionally, the Allait family cultivates the 3 great Champagne grape varieties: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. The marriage of these grape varieties offer infinite possibilities that the champagne cellar master Robert Allait explores over the seasons. Aware of the richness of its terroir, this family House has been committed to sustainable viticulture for several years now. This commitment involves the concrete implementation of new solutions guided by the technical support of the two major labels, the HEV (High Environmental Value) and Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne. These two certifications not only attest to the past commitments of these winegrowers to their environment, but also constitute a strict set of rules to be observed on a daily basis. By adopting biodynamic champagne production methods, Robert Allait is contributing to the return of a symbiosis between plant and animal life in Champagne. Located in the heart of the Marne Valley between Epernay and Dormans, Robert Allait champagne is an invitation to discover the richness of this great French wine-growing region.