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Domaine A. R. Lenoble Brut Nature N.V.,  (WS91, BH90) from The BPW - Merchants of rare and fine wines.

Domaine A. R. Lenoble Brut Nature

Vintage: N.V.
Region: France--Champagne

WS91, BH90
WS91

Rated 90 points by the Burghound: `(noted as `Dosage Zero` on the label). A clean, cool and pure nose of Meyer lemon and dried white flowers with yeast hints gives way to exuberantly effervescent flavors that possess a relatively fine bead as well as reasonably good depth and length. Somewhat curiously, this is not nearly as dry as most examples of this genre but on the other hand, neither is it as overtly austere either.`More information from the Burghound: `This house was founded by Armand-Raphael Graser in 1915 and he began producing Champagne in 1920 under the brand name of AR Lenoble. The fourth generation is now at the helm - great-granddaughter and great-grandson Anne and Antoine Malassagne. Their vineyards cover 18 ha and their chalk cellars were dug out in the 18th century and offer ideal conditions for aging wines with a constant year-round temperature and humidity.`


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Domaine A. R. Lenoble Brut Nature

Vintage: N.V.
Region: France--Champagne

WS91, BH90
WS91

Rated 90 points by the Burghound: `(noted as `Dosage Zero` on the label). A clean, cool and pure nose of Meyer lemon and dried white flowers with yeast hints gives way to exuberantly effervescent flavors that possess a relatively fine bead as well as reasonably good depth and length. Somewhat curiously, this is not nearly as dry as most examples of this genre but on the other hand, neither is it as overtly austere either.`More information from the Burghound: `This house was founded by Armand-Raphael Graser in 1915 and he began producing Champagne in 1920 under the brand name of AR Lenoble. The fourth generation is now at the helm - great-granddaughter and great-grandson Anne and Antoine Malassagne. Their vineyards cover 18 ha and their chalk cellars were dug out in the 18th century and offer ideal conditions for aging wines with a constant year-round temperature and humidity.`


$39.99

 

13 In Stock

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