- Item #: i_376412Bottle Size: 750mlThe Champagne Naturellement by Cazé-Thibaut is the result of biodynamically farmed, 100% Meunier grapes harvested in Châtillon-sur-Marne, a village located in Vallée de la Marne. Vinification occurs for 50% in fût de chêne and 50% in steel tanks for this rare Champagne Blanc de Meunier - particularly vertical, where acidity, minerality and fine perlage invite champagne lovers to sip it.
- Item #: i_375831Bottle Size: 750mlPETER LEIM ONE STAR-"This is the first release of a new cuvée: 40 percent of it is 2015 Meunier from the village of Chambrecy, while the rest is Cumières Meunier with a little Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, from 2014, 2013 and 2011. It’s broad and earthy, with a generous build and a pronounced signature of heavy clay soils. There’s a hint of oak, as a portion of this was fermented and aged in new barrels, but overall this is forward in its fruitiness and more precociously accessible than Laval’s Cumières blend. Last tasted: 5/17."
- Item #: i_378525Bottle Size: 750mlJOHN GILLMAN 92 POINTS - "It is not intuitive, but Benoît Marguet always prefers to make his Rosé bottlings from a predominance of Chardonnay, with his Shaman 16 version composed of fully ninety-six percent Chardonnay, with the remainder still red wine made from Pinot Noir. The vins clairs for this bottling spent a bit longer in cask than is generally customary in Champagne, as they were not bottled up for the second fermentation until August of 2017, and the wine was disgorged in April of 2019. It is showing beautifully out of the blocks, offering up a pure and complex bouquet of tangerine, blood orange, bread dough, chalky soil tones and a topnote of dried flowers. On the palate the wine is crisp, full-bodied and very elegant in profile, with a fine core, excellent soil signature, refined mousse and lovely focus and grip on the long and perfectly balanced finish. First class Rosé. 2019-2040+."