Benedicte Leroy’s parents were originally sheep breeders in the village of Essoyes in Côte des bars –Aube. In 1980 they converted their land into vineyards, and step by step, they created a small Domaine of around 4 hectares. In 2009, when his father retired, Benedicte left his job as a PE teacher to gear his family’s domaine. Since then, he has applied the biodynamic principles both in the vines and in the cave, aiming at producing the most natural Champagnes possible.
Deep golden colour with lots of brioche, baked apples, hazelnut, butter, vanilla and a twist of sweet lime. Fresh in the mouth while silky with a beautiful drinkability. Elegant and complex, dressed to impress!
Pairs well with roast white meats, stinky cheese, white sauce and fried food.
Serving tip – Refrigerate your champagne for an hour before serving to taste it at around 11 ° C.