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Agrapart Terroirs

Champagne - Extra brut - Grand Cru - Blanc de blancs - Agrapart

A Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs from the best Chardonnay.


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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Grape varieties
Chardonnay 100%


The Domaine Agrapart is located in Avize and its 12 ha vineyard is mostly spread over Avize, Oger, Cramant, and Oiry Grands Crus de la Côte des blancs.

The chalky soil, specific to Côte des blancs, enables the Chardonnay grape variety to be worked, especially known for bringing freshness, elegance and finesse to the wine.

Composed of 50 plots, some of which are over 65 years old, the average age of the vineyard is around 40 years. Pascal Agrapart favors the use of traditional methods of cultivation and vinification, and has decided to "parcelize" his cuvées since 1995, selecting three families of soils: one with superficial clay soils, another limestone, the last clay-limestone, all three sitting on the chalky base of Côte des blancs.

Pascal likes to recall: "My father used to tell me: 'You work your vineyard like a garden'."

Description Agrapart Terroirs.

This Champagne Extra-Brut Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru named Terroirs is elaborated from the head of the cuvée of the terroirs (from where its name) Avize, Oger, Cramant and Oiry, all classified Grands Crus exclusively and for 60% of the current harvest and 40% of the harvest of the previous year.

It is a multi-millennium vintage composed of different harvests of the year and of the previous year of reserve wines of which a proportion has aged in demi-muids (a denomination acquired before the French Revolution of 1789) that is to say in oak barrels of about 650 liters.

The wine is aged on its lees for 3 to 4 years in bottles where the riddling is done manually.

Disgorgement takes place 60 days before shipping and the date of bottling and disgorgement is mentioned on each back label of the bottle.