7 Cru is the most immediately seductive cuvée in the Agrapart range, yet still extremely fine and deep.
Best enjoyed from the Lehmann Jamesse, Grand Champagne 41 glass.
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The Agrapart range begins with a non-vintage wine called 7 Crus. The name refers to the seven Côte des Blancs villages from which it derives: Avize, Cramant, Oger, Oiry, Avenay-Val-d’Or, Bergères-les-Vertus and Mardeuil. Like all Agrapart wines, the fruit is 100% from vineyards that are Estate-owned and farmed.
7 Crus is a blend of two different harvests; in this case 60% 2015 from Premier Cru sites and 40% 2014 from Grand Cru sites (this reserve wine is raised in neutral, 600-litre oak casks). The breakdown is 90% Chardonnay and 10% Pinot Noir (it’s the only cuvée in the range that isn’t 100% Chardonnay). Even at this first level, the wine is aged for three years on lees and is then disgorged with 6 or 7 g/L dosage. Disgorged March 2019.
Rich, creamy, incredibly delicious and very approachable.
Ceviche of langoustine and William’s pear.