• July 2021 Champagne Club Release


    This is 100% Chardonnay from Chouilly and Cuis, from vines planted in 1964. It's composed of a blend of Grand Cru and Premier Cru. A delicate and feminine Champagne that has fine bubbles with a creamy mouth feel. This cuvée is perfect for connoisseurs. It's a Champagne of thirst, perfect for apéritif and with fish, thanks to its lemony taste. We like the fresh finish that it leaves.

    Stéphane Coquillette is a fourth-generation winemaker in Champagne. His father, Christian, has been running the Saint Chamant Champagne house since 1950, and he lovingly sent his son out to start his own estate when Stéphane was 25. Though mentored by his father, Stéphane developed a very different style of expression at his own house, creating leaner, drier Champagnes, primarily from Chouilly (Grand Cru), Cuis (1er Cru 99%) for Chardonnay, and d’Aÿ (Grand Cru) and Mareuil/Aÿ (1er Cru 99%) for Pinot Noir.Meticulously committed to organic practices, Stéphane avoids herbicides at all costs. Everything is done by hand, including trellising and pruning, which helps avoid disease and allows for a healthy crop. With more than 10 different parcels, he produces several single-vintage and single-vineyard Champagnes — a rarity in this region — and all his wines are small-production. Stéphane Coquillette Champagnes are characteristically precise, fresh and lively.

    A robust and dramatic chardonnay Champagne carrying the essence of limestone through a long finish, this has a bold complexity that doesn’t let up. A hint of apple skin tannin lends it grip, emphasizing the austere, dry style of the wine. Suited to several years in the cellar.


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