L'Aphrodisiaque (EN) David Léclapart

David Léclapart
L'Aphrodisiaque (EN)


The 2018 L'Aphrodisiac cuvée produced by David Léclapart is a unique champagne: a cuvée with fruity, intense and heady notes to share with your other half...

This cuvée is made from vines planted on the "Pierre Saint Martin" plot, located in Trépail, in the Montagne de Reims.

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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.


This Champagne has agolden hue and fine, lively bubbles.

David Léclapart 's L'Aphrodisiaque cuvée offers lovely fruity aromas on the first nose. On the second nose, notes of pastry and dried fruit stand out.

On the palate, L'Aphrodisiaque opens with lovely candied fruit aromas, a broad mouthfeel, and still a lovely mineral freshness. The mid-palate is rich and dense, while the finish stretches out on a fine mineral touch.


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Montagne de Reims,

The L'Aphrodisiaque cuvée is made from vines located on the Trépail terroir on the Montagne de Reims, and in particular from vines planted on the "Pierre Saint Martin" plot.

David Léclapart respects the natural balance of flora and fauna, and uses no chemicals in the vineyard or cellar.

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About this house

David Léclapart is one of Champagne's most brilliant winemakers. His innovative, environmentally-friendly know-how inspires many young winemakers.

David was one of the very first in Champagne and in France to take an interest in organic viticulture. In 1996, he began converting the 3 hectares of vines on his estate in Trépail to organic methods.

In 1998, he was awarded Demeter certification, and set about crafting champagnes of elegance and finesse, with particularly silky bubbles. David Léclapart produces only non-dosed, vintage champagnes, like snapshots of his Trépail terroir.

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Champagne Aperitif Plate


This champagne is best enjoyed as an aperitif during a romantic tête-à-tête with your better half... However, it can also be enjoyed throughout the meal.

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Oysters are renowned for their aphrodisiac properties, believed to be due to their high content of zinc, D-aspartic acid and N-methyl-D-aspartate, which boost testosterone levels in men and progesterone in women.

Oysters came to symbolize sexuality and, in honor of Aphrodite, natural substances used to stimulate sexuality were simply named aphrodisiacs.

Other foods have been associated with sexuality and desire over the years, without actually triggering reactions in our bodies.

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), no single food directly affects libido, but when consumed in the right context, they can all provoke desire.