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Coteaux Champenois, Bouzy rouge, Benoit Lahaye - 2019

Like Francis Egly's Ambonnay Cuvée des Grands Côtés, this red wine is the rarest of the Lahaye couple. It is not produced every year, but only in vintages that allow the Pinot Noir, which grows here in the northernmost part of its growing zone, to reach maturity, rather like the Syrah in Côte Rôtie. The result is a wine of great finesse and delicacy, with red fruits and flowers. Superb!
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Estate founded in 1930. Located in the communes of Bouzy, Ambonnay and Tauxières, its 4.5 ha of vines are mainly planted with pinot noir. They are between 25 and 30 years old. Valérie and Benoît Lahaye cultivate them organically. The soil is worked in its entirety, partly with a horse. Home-made compost. Treatments are based on herbal teas, copper, sulphur and essential oils.


A still wine made from the oldest plots of Pinot Noir on the estate. The grapes are crushed and partially destemmed. After a 10 to 15 day vatting period, it is aged for 12 to 18 months in oak barrels. Very good ageing potential for one of the most unknown appellations in Champagne.

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An excellent companion for Bresse poultry or large game birds.

The Lahaye family have been winegrowers since the 1930s. The current generation, Benoît, his wife Valérie, and now their children Etienne and Valentin, are still based in the family village of Bouzy. The couple cultivates (certified organic since 2003 and biodynamic since 2010) a little less than 5 hectares of vines, mainly pinot noir, spread over Bouzy, Ambonnay and Tauxières-Mutry. He has also launched new cuvées: Violaine (no sulphur), Le Jardin de la Grosse Pierre (plot selection and ancestral grape varieties) and now even a Blanc de Blancs, in the land of pinot! Today, the company is recognised for the seriousness of its work, the constant quality of its wines and the maintenance of a faultless range, and its recognition extends beyond the borders of France. It has even crossed the Atlantic...

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