The ultimate dream of every Champagne lover… Live a unique experience and compose your own cuvée!

Become the author of your own Champagne: share this unique experience and create your own Champagne blend! .

Theme
Exclusive Experiences
Start date
March 01, 2017
End date
March 01, 2018
Duration
Half a day
Groups
Yes

Under the guidance of the Cellar Master of a prestigious boutique Champagne house, you will taste different base wines coming from various crus (villages), years and grape varietals. Then, you will be taught the art of blending so you can create your own Champagne style:

Blanc de blancs is a champagne produced only with white grapes, mostly Chardonnay, although other varieties such as Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris are also permitted. Go for this style if you are after a fresh and fine blend with creamy roundness and stone fruit aromas.

Blanc de noirs are produced only from black grapes, thus Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. You will get full, rich wines from these grapes, bursting with fruit.

And what about rosé? Champagne is one of the few regions where it is permitted to blend red wine with white to produce a pink wine.

With all this information, embark on an exclusive wine-blending experience in the heart of the Champagne region. Advised by the winemaker of the House, you will first uncover the soul of Champagne while tasting several base wines. The highlight of this workshop will, for sure, be the blending part: design your own cuvée using the different still wines and develop your own style of Champagne! After a few years of aging, you will be able to taste your Champagne and share your creation with friends: a unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Highlights

•  Learn about the styles and characteristics of grapes and terroir in the Champagne-making process

•  Taste base-wines and learn the process of producing Champagne

•  Start blending the still wines to your taste and create your own unique blend of Champagne

•  Open this bottle after a few years to taste your creation

 

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