J. Lassalle Blanc de Blancs Brut Champagne 2005

Family-owned since 1942, the Lassalle family has been crafting elegant, terroir-driven bubbles for 70+ years from their sixteen premier cru hectares. Now headed by Angéline Templier, the estate has been headed exclusively by women for the past thirty years. Plots are vinified separately and aged for a minimum of five years. The 2005 Blanc de Blancs is a 50/50 Chard/Pinot Noir blend, noted with ripe citrus, toast, and nuts. Delicious!
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From soccer moms to sommeliers, Chardonnay's tooth-chattering acidity and lush tropicality manage to suit all types of drinkers and styles under its inimitably big tent. The white of Burgundy.
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Champagne, France

Chalk-soiled sparkling wine region of Northeast France, where cool-climate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are turned into powerful, mineral bubblies by way of a second fermentation in the bottle.