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Delicacy and Freshness
Champagne Leclerc Briant - Réserve - "It energetically embodies the notion of blending through its remarkable nuances, both aromatic and tactile."
To the eye, the champagne has a luminous and fluid robe, pale yellow gold in color with clear and deep straw yellow reflections in the glass.
The first nose evokes the world of pastry and oriental spices, a real moment of escape conveyed by notes of almond paste, praline and spices.
In mouth, suppleness and freshness. The Champagne develops a pulpy and crunchy fruity matter, underlined by a lemon acidity well tended.
Montagne de Reims
Today, the company cultivates fourteen hectares of vines located mainly in Grand Cru (Mailly, Le Mesnil) and Premier Cru (Hautvillers, Cumières, Bisseuil, Trépail, Rilly la Montagne, Villers-Allerand).
Created in Cumières in 1872 by Lucien Leclerc, the Domaine moved to Epernay in 1955 to its current location on the Chemin de la Chaude Ruelle.
The wine-making and maturing cellars have a contemporary architecture in a monastic atmosphere. In these buildings, where only good vibes are tolerated, rests a set of containers of all shapes that will end up assembled in a search for harmony.
In the lower cellars, at a depth of 35 meters, the conditions are ideal for the prolonged aging of the vintages whose names follow one another down the aisles.