Produced entirely from their Grand Cru Chardonnay vineyard in the village of Chouilly, one of only seventeen villages given Grand Cru status in the Côte des Blancs. Golden yellow in colour, with very fine bubbles and a delicate foam. Floral nose, full of freshness and rich aromas. Fresh, light, elegant and well balanced on the palate. Its complexity and elegance make this cuvée an exceptional champagne to be tasted with refined dishes such as foie gras. Long evening meals among friends will be transformed into unforgettable moments. 96 points awarded by James Suckling in July 2022.
Armand-Raphael called the house Lenoble because “Champagne is the noblest of all wines, Champagne Lenoble, the noble Champagne.” AR Lenoble has earned the respect of many in the wine world under the continued stewardship of sister-and-brother team Anne and Antoine Malassagne who run 18 hectares throughout Champagne. Focussing on sustainability, the vineyards of AR Lenoble have been certified HVE (Haute Valeur Environnementale), one of the first Champagne Houses to be do. Beehives were introduced into the vineyards of the domaine a decade ago, a testament to their commitment to biodiversity.