de Venoge Cordon Bleu Blanc de Noirs Brut Champagne N.V.  £61.87

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de Venoge Cordon Bleu Blanc de Noirs Brut Champagne N.V.

The history of the Maison de Venoge began in 1837 when Henri-Marc de Venoge founded the Maison de Champagne de Venoge in the French commune of Mareuil-sur-Ay. A man of innate entrepreneurial skills, de Venoge was the creator of the first ever illustrated label in the history of Champagne, in 1838. And again; when the Maison chose the blue ribbon of the Knights of the Order of the Holy Spirit as its emblem, it gave birth to one of the most iconic labels ever, the Cordon Bleu. The Maison de Venoge has been a worldwide ambassador for Champagne for 180 years with refined products of absolute excellence. Alongside the Maison's iconic Champagne, the cuvée Princes, created in 1858 in honour of the Dutch royal house, stand out for their elegant bottle reminiscent of the decanters used by European aristocracy to serve Champagne in the early 20th century. At the top of the range, the cuvée Louis XVis made exclusively from grapes from the best Grand Cru villages and only in the best vintages.

Champagne Blanc de Noirs from Maison DE VENOGE is the very first champagne sourced from black grapes, which is available from this great producer since 1988.

This champagne is elaborated from first pressing, and is dominated by Pinot Noir (80%), and from Pinot Meunier for 20%. Following 4 to 5 years of cellar aging, this cuvée’s aromatic richness combines citrus, blackcurrant and anise aromas.

Original, ample, powerful and fresh, its light vinosity perfectly matches white meats and foie gras.

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