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Henriet-Bazin Carte d'Or 1989 Vinothèque

Champagne - Extra brut - Premier Cru - Henriet-Bazin

A rare champagne on an exceptional vintage.

0,75L bottle with box
In stock

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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Data sheets
Grape varieties
Pinot Noir 60%
Chardonnay 40%


The House of Champagne Henriet-Bazin is located in the heart of Montagne de Reims, reigning over a vineyard of 7.76 hectares, some of which are classified as Premier Cru around the town of Villers-Marmey and Grand Cru around the towns of Verzy and Verzenay. 

Marie-Noëlle Rainon-Henriet is now the fourth generation to manage the family Domaine, in a very committed approach to the environment and the preservation of biodiversity. While she manages the vinification of her wines, her husband takes care of the work in the vineyard.

What is the history of the House of Champagne Henriet-Bazin?

It was in 1890 that Gaston Henriet decided to found his house with two winegrower friends of Verzenay. At that time, all of the grapes produced by the winegrowers were sold to the large trading houses, Gaston Henriet and his friends wishing to have total control over the vinification of their production and its marketing. His son Robert took over in 1930, followed by Daniel in 1962 who married Michelle Bazin, a winegrower's daughter in Villers-Marmery. From their union was born the definitive name of the company: Henriet-Bazin. Their daughter Marie-Noëlle took over the operation in 1991, and since then she has never ceased to pay tribute to her family roots thanks to Champagnes of great finesse.

An exceptional terroir managed with respect for the environment

The vineyard of Maison Henriet-Bazin is planted to 42.5%... See more ...

Description Henriet-Bazin Carte d'Or 1989 Vinothèque.

60% Pinot Noir from Verzenay and Verzy (Grand Cru)

40% Chardonnay from Villers-Marmery (Premier Cru)

Harvested exclusively by hand.