La Cave du Château

French Wines and Spirits

Masterclass of Bérêche Champagne

Thursday, april 25th from 6pm to 8h30pm

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The sommelier selection

We at La Cave du Château always pursue the delicate ambition to provide our customers with a precise and open-minded view of the french vineyard. We gather on the same stage sincere and dedicated winegrowers: in the unique setting of our vaulted cellar, masterpieces are presented next to the great works of young talents. Every bottle that awaits here bears the promise of an emotion, that we would be immensely proud to share with you.

Focus on Champagne Jacquesson

The Champagne house Jacquesson, founded in 1798, owns thirty hectares of vineyards in Avize, Ay, Dizy and Hautvilliers. The Chiquet brothers, Jean-Hervé and Laurent, produce champagnes that are popular among amateurs due to their gourmand style, complexity and rarity. Their concept cuvée 700, made from an assemblage of several years, developed from the first press juice and only from Grands Crus and Premiers Crus, is the equivalent of a vintage. These wines are disgorged between three years and a half and four years and a half after the harvest of the base year. For the Cuvée 700 D. T., the aging time is doubled over four years. The "Lieux-Dits" cuvées wonderfully complement this beautiful selection by their respective qualities: precision, delicacy, minerality and power.

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About Alsace

The vineyards of Alsace represent less than 2% of the French vineyard surface area, i.e. 15,600 hectares of vines. There are three Appellations d'Origine Contrôlée in Alsace: Alsace, Alsace Grand Cru and Crémant d'Alsace. The terms "Vendanges tardives" or "Sélections de grains nobles" can be added to the AOC Alsace and Alsace Grand Cru in compliance with the rules established by INAO. There are approximately 4,900 winegrowers in Alsace among which there are 1,000 independent winegrowers, 1,90...

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Masterclass of Bérêche Champagne

The two brothers Raphaël and Vincent brought the estate onto the top of the "Montagne de Reims" area, and their bubbles now evidently count among the finest of Champagne. The choice of a single vineyard expression has been evident, using dominantly pinot noir and meunier. As a blend, these bubbles provide a wonderful expression of the terroir from which their originate. Broad, rich yet precise and neat, the Bérêche Champagnes are aesthetic wines, built for ageing or for immediate pleasure.

Tasting of the Bérêche Champagnes on april, 25th from 6pm to 8h30pm, hosted by Raphaël Bérêche.

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