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Tasting notes
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Rich, surprising for its delicacy but at the same time full-bodied with mineral notes. One finds within its golden hue, floral hints - especially roses - citrus fruit, chalk, angélique flower and a touch of ginger. In the mouth, a lingering finish reminiscent of toast or brioche.

This is a Champagne that can be enjoyed with grilled fish, scampi, shrimp, crayfish, oysters, guinea fowl and almost any dish with a cream sauce.

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In 1760, Champagne Delamotte was one of only five Champagne houses in the region. Located in the heart of the Côte des Blancs in Le Mesnilsur- Oger it is the sister house and contiguous to the mythical House of Champagne Salon with which it shares the same viticultural, winemaking and management team. Vineyard location is the key that guides Delamotte’s expression defining the house’s elegant, focused style of wine. A house like no other with all its vineyards sourced from the Grands crus of the Côte des Blancs, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, Oger, Avize and Cramant for chardonnay, Delamotte is one of the very few négociants to cultivate such a passion for the expression of this unique ward of Champagne. Delamotte’s winemaking is the simple translation of a singular expression of wine grown on the lees for an extended amount of time. There is no use of oak, no particular yeast selection and a little blending to guide the wine. The objective of winemaking is to translate as precisely and articulately as possible a year of work in the vineyard.


ORIGIN : Le Mesnil , Avize , Oger, Cramant

100% Chardonnay from la Côte des Blancs, Made from Grand Cru. Delamotte Blanc de Blancs exhibits absolute purity, with the vinification process taking place in stainless steel tanks. Blanc de Blancs is a mineral champagne, with a chalky sensation achieved by a modest addition of reserve wine (10% maximum).