These two subregions stand apart from each other, and other regions, but they are
united by their distinctive Turonian chalk subsoil which gives rise to an elegant fruity
champagne featuring an earthier, stonier minerality than the crisp chalkiness of the
other Côte des Blancs regions. Although distant from the rest of the Côte des Blancs,
they both produce wines that are well-suited to summer, as indicated by their yellow
shades on the map.
$50.00 – $140.00
The Sally Hillman maps of the Champagne regions are comprehensive and clearly articulate the different terroirs of Champagne.
The maps come in two sizes – A1 (594 x 841mm) and A3 (297 x 420mm) – and are printed on high quality 200gsm satin finish paper stock.