Gageure 22 (EN)


A champagne for meals and aperitifs alike! A wine of character, woody, with a sharp, evolved palate (red fruit jam, bergamot) enhanced by an elegant hint of bitterness.

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The Structure

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Harmonious balance between the various components of acidity.


Supple, easy-drinking champagne, the acidity doesn't clash with the palate.


Generous champagne with great intensity.

Long on the palate

Champagne aromas linger on the palate.


Darker straw-yellow, slightly golden color. The nose is surprisingly powerful, starting with black truffles and damp earth, then moving on to aromas of fresh butter and pomelo. On the palate, there's a lovely, structuring acidity that complements a core of dense, concentrated fruit. The whole finishes with fresh, salivating salinity. While the Ambigramme is very open and ready to drink, this Gageure 22 could benefit from a few years in the cellar, although it's perfectly succulent now.


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Their terroirs are mainly located in Mesnil sur Oger.

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About this house

Symbolism has held a special place in his family for several generations. In 1986, his father Bernard entrusted him with the keys to the winery. At the time, he was 21 years old and had been trained in Gionges, at a renowned school. More specifically, an internship with a fellow winemaker opened his eyes to the pleasure of working in the cellar. With this knowledge, he gradually laid the foundations of his winemaking method. These are milestones he would be delighted to return to, to refine or question, as his passion for winemaking becomes clearer through experimentation.

L'Accord Parfait

Between Champagne and its dish

Champagne dinner plate


Use matching tones on foie gras, roast veal with shallot confit, blanquette de veau, viande des grisons, or even beef jerky. Create contrast with pineapple tart or grilled sardines...

Chef's word

Restaurant A.Lallement

The Caserne Chanzy invites visitors and residents of Reims to dine at the restaurant La Grande Georgette. The name was inspired by a tradition dating back to the 1920s: naming a large establishment after the wife of the barracks captain.

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