Champagne Grand Vintage 2007 - Olivier Père & Fils


Let's start with a short explanation about "Vintage" Champagne. For any Champagne, non-vintage Brut cuvées are a blend of different vintages. When ideal weather conditions give better than average grapes, winemakers can decide to make a "Vintage" cuvée, where only grapes from this particular vintage will be used. Ageing is then much longer to make it a complex and aromatic Champagne. We especially like this bottle with a palate of ripe fruit and a toasted finish with notes of honey. A beautiful Champagne, just see for yourself!

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Let's start with a short explanation about "Vintage" Champagne. For any Champagne, non-vintage Brut cuvées are a blend of different vintages. When ideal weather conditions give better than average grapes, winemakers can decide to make a "Vintage" cuvée, where only grapes from this particular vintage will be used. Ageing is then much longer to make it a complex and aromatic Champagne. We especially like this bottle with a palate of ripe fruit and a toasted finish with notes of honey. A beautiful Champagne, just see for yourself!

 
Wine CharacteristicsWhen & how to drink?
 
Domain: Olivier Père & Fils
Vintage: 2007
Appellation: Champagne
Region: Champagne
Type: White Sparkling
 
Grapes: 50% Pinot Noir, 25% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Meunier
 
Drink from now to 2022
Open and Drink
Serve at 10-12°C
 
Food pairing: For aperitif or on a lemon tart for dessert. 
 
 Technical stuff
  
Soil: Limestone and marl
Harvest: Manual
Ageing: 8 years on lees
Dosage: 6 g/l
Alcohol: 12%
 

 

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Champagne Grand Vintage 2007 - Olivier Père & Fils

Champagne Grand Vintage 2007 - Olivier Père & Fils

Let's start with a short explanation about "Vintage" Champagne. For any Champagne, non-vintage Brut cuvées are a blend of different vintages. When ideal weather conditions give better than average grapes, winemakers can decide to make a "Vintage" cuvée, where only grapes from this particular vintage will be used. Ageing is then much longer to make it a complex and aromatic Champagne. We especially like this bottle with a palate of ripe fruit and a toasted finish with notes of honey. A beautiful Champagne, just see for yourself!