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Mailly Blanc de Pinot Noir

Champagne - Brut - Grand Cru - Blanc de noirs - Mailly

100% Pinot Noir from the following parcels: Les Crayats, Les Coutures, Les Chalois...


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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Grape varieties
Pinot Noir 100%


The village of Mailly was classified Grand Cru at the beginning of the 20th century. This is where Champagne Mailly is located, in the heart of Montagne de Reims and precisely 14km from the eponymous town.

Founded in 1929 by several winegrowing families, its history is resolutely distinctive, illustrating the ambition and dynamism that has always reigned in the Champagne region. Today, Maison Mailly continues to shine thanks to its splendid cuvées that combine finesse and elegance.

What is the history of Maison de Champagne Mailly?

When the Great Depression hit France in 1929, a total of 25 winegrowing families decided to face up to it by joining forces. They founded the Société de Producteurs de Mailly Champagne and chose to make Champagne wines using only grapes from their village classified as Grand Cru, with the aim of glorifying this terroir already considered exceptional at the time. Brought together by these difficult beginnings, the winemakers succeeded in making their Champagne known throughout France, and from the 1960s onwards, the commercial expansion of Maison Mailly became a great success.

What is the terroir of Maison Mailly?

The village of Mailly is surrounded by the famous Grands Crus de Ludes, Verzenay and Verzy. Maison Mailly currently has 70 hectares of vines in this village alone. The grape varieties are 75% Pinot Noir and... See more ...

Description Mailly Blanc de Pinot Noir.

It is a champagne of assembly of various plots located at Mailly classified Grand Cru among the 17 villages at the top of the qualitative charter of the champagnes all above the 300 villages having right to the naming "champagne" for the wines harvested on this prestigious but closed area of production.

The harvest is manual and the berries are sorted in the grape harvesting room.

The cuvée is then bottled and placed in deep cellars called "crayères" and put on laths to perfect their ageing in contact with the cork to favour the exchange with the air

On the nose: hints of undergrowth and ferns followed by subtle notes of yellow fruits such as vine peach.

The mouth is well marked on the red berries like raspberry or strawberry, or even the black cherry of the Basque Country.

Food pairing : as an aperitif, served at 10-12°C in a tulip-shaped flute on foie gras canapés, either duck or goose. It is also perfect with scallops fried with fleur de sel from Guérande or Ile de Ré on a bed of leeks, or with turbot roasted in beurre blanc or on a Tandoori.