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PHILIPPONNAT - Grand Blanc L.V. 1983
PHILIPPONNAT - Grand Blanc L.V. 1983

PHILIPPONNAT - Grand Blanc L.V. 1983


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  • Region : Champagne - France
  • Grapes :Chardonnay
  • Vinification :traditional methods. Partial malolactic fermentation and reserve wines aged in casks.
Tasting notes :Exhibits complex aromas of citrus, green apple, and aged brioche. The palate is rich and creamy with flavors of lemon, apple, and toasted nuts, finishing with a vibrant acidity.
Expert rating : 
Robert Parker 98/100
"Highlights the wine’s extraordinary depth and complexity, achieved through extended aging. The bouquet is described as rich and nuanced, featuring aromas of dried apricots, honey, toasted nuts, and a hint of brioche. The palate is full-bodied and creamy, with a vibrant acidity that adds freshness and balance to the rich, mature flavors. The long finish is marked by a refined minerality and a subtle smokiness."

About the winery :Philipponnat is one of the esteemed Champagne houses, renowned for producing some of the region’s most celebrated wines, including the historic and distinguished single-vineyard Champagne, Clos des Goisses. The winery’s main courtyard features a beautiful classic façade behind a gate adorned with the family coat of arms. This leads to the heart of Philipponnat, its 18th-century cellars where the wines are carefully aged to perfection.

Philipponnat’s vineyards, particularly Clos des Goisses, are among the most distinctive in Champagne. The unique terroir of Clos des Goisses, with its steep, south-facing slopes, contributes to the intensity and longevity of the wines.

Philipponnat combines traditional methods with meticulous attention to detail. They practice organic farming, ensuring the purity and expression of their terroir. The wines undergo slow maturation in their historical cellars, which provides the ideal conditions for developing complex flavors and aromas. The winery is known for its commitment to producing champagnes that balance intensity with freshness.