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Gremillet family has been winegrowers since the 18th century. In 1979, Anne Gremillet’s father decided to create their own Champagne. His first steps were toward the export and more particularly towards the diplomatic network, with no more than fifty embassies and consulates around the world selecting Gremillet for their prestigious receptions.
Anne’s father's dream is now a reality: her brother Jean-Christophe and Anne have now joined the company with their respective spouses Karine and Stephane. This family is incredibly proud of what has been accomplished, and are working hard together to continue the success of this venture.
Appellation: AOC Champagne
70% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay
Blending of 4 or 5 vintages, 20% of reserve wine. Only the cuvee (first press) enter into the composition of this champagne. Alcoholic and Malolactic fermentations in stainless steel temperature controlled tanks. Aging of 22 months minimum.
A pretty pale yellow in color ripping with fine, persistent bubbles.
Bright, luminous and limpid. The nose evokes happiness, a lively alliance of delicious floral and fruity notes of acacia, hawthorn, peach, pear and apricot.
The taste is pleasant and refreshing with a nice blanace of acidity and maturity. The same fruit components and deliciousness of the nose are found again on the palate, with toasted and spiced notes.