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21 victory champagnes from the Champagne region of France

02/09/2020

The Champagne wine region is one of the most intriguing and special in the world. Enjoy these 21 real champagnes from the Champagne region of France!

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In This Article:

1. Summary 

2. About Champagne Region 

3. Top 21 Champagnes

    3.1 Champagne Pointillart-Leroy

    3.2 Champagne Laurent Lequart

    3.3 Champagne Xavier Loriot

    3.4 Champagne Petit & Bajan

    3.5 Champagne Marcel Vezien

    3.6 Champagne Jean Diot 

4. About Paris Wine Cup


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Summary

This article is about the Champagne wine region of France which produces the world-renowned sparkling wine, champagne. We have also listed the 21 top champagnes from France. This list has been curated from the 2020 Paris Wine Cup medal winners, and each was rated on the basis of Quality, Value for Money, and Packaging. Enjoy your read!

About Champagne Region

Champagne is the most popular sparkling wine in the world and it comes from the Champagne region of France located about 150 kilometres to the east of Paris. The Champagne wine region has 319 Villages Crus in four main growing areas The Montagne de Reims famous for complex Pinot Noir, The Vallée de la Marne, The Côte des Blancs notable with its Chardonnay and The Côte des Bar. There is a small appellation called CoteauxChampenois which is designated only for still wines with great freshness and elegance. As one of the coolest wine regions in the world with a latitude of 49°N and lies at the northern edge of the world's vineyard-growing areas, with lower average temperatures than any other French wine region. Sometimes the grapes are struggling to ripe enough for producing decent wine.
 
The permitted grape varieties to be planted in the Champagne regions are seven including the most important and dominant Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and the supplementary Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Petite Meslier and Petite Arbanne. Every grape varietal has its particular qualities and advantages as Pinot Noir adds complexity, power and meaty notes, Pinot Meunier provides lively acidity and fruitiness and last but not least Chardonnay provides elegance and finesse to the Champagne blend as well as creamy roundness and stone-fruit aromas.
 
The styles of Champagne are extremely diverse as the region has a lot to give from the Non-vintage Champagne wines which are traditionally blended from grapes grown in different years. This style is very important for every Champagne house to establish the consistent house style, which the house will keep as a recognisable guideline throughout the years. The Vintage Champagne style is made only from the wines of a single excellent harvest of which the Vintage Champagne offers the most powerful and long-lived expression from the region. The rosés are another style to be enjoyed at any occasion as well as slightly sweet Champagnes which are a great companion to desserts. Accordingly, from which grapes have been used for the production of Champagnes there are two styles: Blanc de Blanc made only with white grapes and Blanc de Noir made only with red grapes.
 
The specific laws for Champagne production are strictly followed as the basic Non-Vintage Champagne must spend at least 12 months of ageing on its lees in the bottle after the second fermentation, and it must rest for 3 months after the sediment is removed, total of 15 months before release. The Vintage Champagnes must spend not less than 36 months before they come to the market. The region has a classification system which has designated Seventeen villages with Grand Cru and 42 Premier Cru status with the best and the most sought after Champagnes grapes are harvested in a single vintage and vineyard from Grand Cru Village. Some of the best Prestige Cuveés (the best wine from the range of each Champagne house) can be matured for at least 15 years after the release date from the house.
The Champagne wine region is one of the most intriguing and special in the world.

Check out these top Champagnes that rocked the Paris Wine Cup 2020:

1. Champagne Pointillart-Leroy Descendance

Descendance is the emblematic cuvée of Champagne Pointillart Leroy. It is the image of the generations of passionate winegrowers that succeeded each other to create this Blanc de Noirs cuvée made entirely with black grapes, which is the reflection of the winery’s Premier Cru terroir.

Descendance has a luminous and fluid hue. The nose expresses character and some greediness revealed by notes of quince, blackcurrant, red apple, and almond. Then it develops aromas of fruits like plum, orange, mango, fig, or cherry. The palate is rich and fresh with creamy and polished bubbles. It reveals a fruity, pulpy, and crunchy structure highlighted by the acidity of pomelo and fleshy fruits. The whole is guided by the expression of our clay-limestone and clay sandy terroir, which gives it cleanness and fruity volume. The whole reveal of soft spice aromas with a touch of bitterness that gives palatability.

Descendance

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Gold Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Pointillart Leroy Descendance

Descendance is the emblematic cuvée of Champagne Pointillart-Leroy. It is the image of the generations of passionate winegrowers that succeeded each other to create this Blanc de Noirs cuvée made entirely with black grapes and which is the reflection of the Premier Cru terroir of Écueil.
WINE AND FOOD PAIRING - Foie gras with blackcurrant jelly and warm brioche toasts - Rack of veal and cooking juice made with cardamom DOSAGE Dosage made from a 7 g/l homemade liqueur. AVAILABLE IN Bottle - 37.5 cl and 75 cl
Descendance won a Gold medal along with “Best In Show By Regions Of France,” and “Best In Show By Country” at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

2. Champagne Pointillart-Leroy Descendance Extra Brut

Descendance Extra Brut by Champagne Pointillart Leroy has a luminous and fluid hue, which is pale straw-yellow in color with pale yellow highlights. The light nose is both floral and fruity and evokes notes of iodine, fresh rose, blackcurrant, red apple, and biscuit. The aeration allows us to reveal notes of raspberry, orange blossom, and fresh apricot.

The palate of Descendance Extra Brut is supple and fresh with creamy and polished bubbles. It has a fruity, pulpy, and crunchy structure highlighted by the acidity of the pomelo. Our clay-limestone and clay-sandy terroir is fully expressed and brings cleanness, fruity volume, saltiness, and a long-lasting mouth. The whole is refined and shows the freshness of our terroir and of our grape varieties, by revealing an elegant, pulpy, salted and iodized finish. 

Descendance Extra Brut

91 Points

Gold Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Pointillart-Leroy Descendance Extra Brut

WINE AND FOOD PAIRING - Scallops with an emulsion of green apple and passion fruits. Fried noodles with shrimps and vegetables cooked with soy sauce. Roasted turbot with preserved lemon and Sichuan pepper served with shells marinière and orange foam. Duck aiguillettes and celery mousseline with orange jelly.

Descendance Extra Brut grabbed a Gold medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

3. Champagne Pointillart-Leroy Lode A LA Joie

L’Ode à la Joie is the poetic cuvée of Champagne Pointillart Leroy. Reflection of the eternal friendship between André Leroy and Aloïs Felten during World War 2, L’Ode à la Joie represents the union of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in a vintage cuvée that evokes fraternity and love between mankind.

BLENDING - 50 % made with Pinot Noir 50 % made with Chardonnay 100 % made with 2011 first pressing Partial malolactic fermentation Our vintage wine L’Ode à la Joie, has a luminous, satiny and rather fluid hue, which is of strong pale-yellow in color with lemon yellow highlights. 

Lode A LA Joie

91 Points

Gold Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Pointillart-Leroy Lode A LA Joie

The first nose is subtle, candied, and spicy and evokes notes of pear, grapes, quince, sweet almond, and black pepper. During the aeration, “L’Ode à la Joie” reveals notes of honey, red fruits, plum, and cooked apple. 

As the nose announced, the palate brings creamy, supple, and fresh bubbles. It develops a fruity, pulpy, and crunchy structure highlighted by the acidity of the lemon. The clay-sandy minerality shows cleanness, fruity volume, subtle saltiness, and a long-lasting mouth. The dosage of the whole is made with care and creates a concentrated and full-bodied champagne that gives way to a full and spicy finish with character.
WINE AND FOOD PAIRING - Braised turbot fillet and shells cooked with herbs, Grilled red mullet cooked with olive oil and shallot crispy, Foie gras in chicken stock with sweet onions, Pigeon supreme and root-vegetables pot-au-feu.

L’Ode à la Joie bagged a Gold medal along with “Best Wine By Package” at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

4. Champagne Pointillart-Leroy Corps ET Esprit

Corps ET Esprit is 100% made with Chardonnay by Champagne Pointillart Leroy. Corps et esprit has a luminous hue, which is pale yellow in colour with silver-yellow highlights. The first nose is light and reveals iodised breezes, perfumes of acacia and fruity notes of lemon and blanched almond. Then, it expresses itself into a pastry registry with notes of fresh rose, yellow grapefruit and touches of white peach. In the palate, the bubbles are supple and fresh. It develops a fruity and pulpy structure supported by a vibrant lemon acidity. You will find again some cleanness in the middle palate guided by the sandy soil minerality that brings the wine a subtle saltiness, a crumbly texture and a long-lasting mouth. The whole is elegant and balances a mellow finish which is only spiced by a lemon-iodine duo that reminds the freshness of our terroir. 

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Pointillart-Leroy Corps ET Esprit

WINE AND FOOD PAIRING - “Fines de Claire'' oysters - Crab meat and basil espuma - Salmon gravlax - Poached bass and champagne sauce made with brown butter - Lobster tail roasted with lemon butter 

Corps ET Esprit won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

5. Champagne Pointillart-Leroy 2014 Fondations 1910

2014 Fondations 1910 by Champagne Pointillart Leroy is a blend of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay. 2014 Fondations 1910 has a luminous and fluid hue, which is pale straw-yellow in color with silver-yellow highlights. The nose of this wine is delicate and fruity and evokes notes of vineyard peach, quince, lemon, and flavors of acacia and mimosa. 

The champagne aeration in 2014 Fondations 1910 allows us to reveal notes of almond, fresh hazelnut, passion fruits, pear, cherry, and plum. The entry in the palate is clean and fresh with creamy and polished bubbles. 2014 Fondations 1910 develops a fruity and pulpy structure highlighted by the acidity of lemon. The clay-sand minerality brings cleanness, fruity volume, saltiness, and a long-lasting mouth. 

Champagne Pointillart-Leroy 2014 Fondations 1910

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Pointillart-Leroy 2014 Fondations 1910

WINE AND FOOD PAIRING - Shavings of Parmesan cheese matured for 24 to 30 months. A thick slice of roasted zander served with creamy Parmesan cheese risotto. Poached fattened chicken breast served with smoked parsnip purée.

2014 Fondations 1910 won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

6. Champagne Laurent Lequart Réserve Extra Brut

The Réserve Extra Brut by Champagne Laurent Lequart is a blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay. On the palate, this wine is more on the bold side from light to bold spectrum. On the spectrum of soft to acidic - this wine is on the acidic side.  Champagne Laurent Lequart Réserve Extra Brut is fizzy rather than gentle on the palate. This wine has notes of apple, citrus, and brioche.

Champagne Laurent Lequart Réserve Extra Brut

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Laurent Lequart Réserve Extra Brut

Champagne Laurent Lequart Réserve Extra Brut goes well with pork, rich fish (salmon, tuna), shellfish, and mild & soft cheese.

Champagne Laurent Lequart Réserve Extra Brut won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

7. Champagne Xavier Loriot Hypnotic

Hypnotic by Champagne Xavier Loriot is a blend of 40% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Meunier, 30% Pinot Noir. Hypnotic Brut is a journey to the heart of our land. This cuvée, fruit of the association of Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir, signs a complex, expressive and airy wine. By tasting Hypnotic Brut, it is all the expression of our know-how that is offered to you.

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Xavier Loriot Hypnotic

Hypnotic won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

8. Champagne Pointillart-Leroy Trois Sœurs

Trois Sœurs by Champagne Pointillart Leroy is a blend of  85% Pinot Noir, 15% Meunier Blended rosé, 60% with 2015 reserve wine, and 40% with 2014 reserve wine. Trois Sœurs has a luminous hue with light raspberry color and strong pale pink highlights in the glass. The thin bubbles are vivid and delicate and are the sign of rich wine, full of shades. 

The first nose of Trois Sœurs reveals notes of red fruits, apricot, almond, and pear. Then, notes of black pepper, liquorice, blood orange, and fig appear. The palate of this wine is rich and fresh with creamy and polished bubbles. You will again find fruity aromas and pulpy and full-bodied structure highlighted by the acidity of fleshy fruits. The clay and limestone guide the whole with cleanness, bringing fruity volume, saltiness, and a long-lasting mouth. The whole reveals a balance between a fruity and greedy character and a delicate freshness. The enjoyable acidity of the finish is full, tasty, and spicy.

Champagne Pointillart-Leroy Trois Sœurs

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Pointillart-Leroy Trois Sœurs

WINE AND FOOD PAIRING - Beef carpaccio with Espelette pepper. Pressed foie gras and smoked duck breast with “Trois Sœurs” pink champagne jelly.  Duck aiguillette and vegetable tempura. Braised beef cheek and tandoori shallot - Strawberry slices with basil and Flavigny aniseed biscuit.

Trois Sœurs won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

9. Champagne Laurent Lequart Andésyne Extra Brut

Andésyne Extra Brut by Champagne Laurent Lequart is a sparkling wine that comes with beautiful light pink color and light copper reflections. Champagne Laurent Lequart Andésyne Extra Brut offers aromas of gourmet and wild scents combining strawberry, plum, and candy apple.

Champagne Laurent Lequart Andésyne Extra Brut

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Laurent Lequart Andésyne Extra Brut

This wine bubble well present in the mouth brings a pleasant lightness. A touch of pomelo and orange blossom on the finish. This Champagne can be served as an aperitif and also as a red fruit sorbet.

Champagne Laurent Lequart Andésyne Extra Brut won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

10. Champagne Petit & Bajan Ambrosie

Ambroise by Champagne Petit & Bajan is a Brut - Grand Cru is a blend of 70% Chardonnay d'Avize and 30% Pinot Noir from Verzenay. These two Grands Crus terroirs are expressed by a lively wine which reminds you of aromas of yellow fruits such as vine peach and apricot.

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Petit & Bajan Ambrosie

It combines the finesse of Chardonnay with its floral and fruity notes in the background, with the rapidly present luxuriousness of Pinot Noir; while keeping its delicacy. The finish of the Ambrosie is very straight and pure.

Ambroise won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

11. Champagne Laurent Lequart Prestige Extra Brut

The Prestige Extra Brut by Champagne Laurent Lequart is made from a selection of the best Meunier cuvées, vinified in oak barrels. This Cuvee is powerful, elegant, structured, and fleshy, this wine reveals aromas of yellow fruits, flavors of vanilla and cinnamon. The Prestige vintage is therefore an ode to the Meunier grape variety transcended by our terroir and our know-how to deliver sensory nuances making it worthy of noble dishes and characters.

Champagne Laurent Lequart Prestige Extra Brut is a blend of 100%  Meunier and has an aging capacity of 1-6 years.

Champagne Laurent Lequart Prestige Extra Brut

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Laurent Lequart Prestige Extra Brut

FOOD PAIRING: Scallop carpaccio with white truffle slivers Lobster Termidor Pan-fried foie gras and it's dark rum reduction Champagne lentillons and duck breast confit

Champagne Laurent Lequart Prestige Extra Brut won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

12. Champagne Xavier Loriot Fragment De Noirs

Fragment De Noirs by Champagne Xavier Loriot is a blend of 65% Pinot Meunier and 35% Pinot Noir. Fragment Brut is the combination of balance and complexity. This cuvée, a blend of fruity and stewed aromas, gives you the scores of a rich and varied aromatic universe, a guarantee of great maturity.

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Xavier Loriot Fragment De Noirs

Fragment De Noirs won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

13. Champagne Marcel Vezien Secret Declaires

Secret Declaires by Champagne Marcel Vezien is enriched with a touch of Pinot Blanc associated with Chardonnay. It is a year of excellence and increased aging that has allowed Secret Declaires to increase its spring and spicy aromas tenfold. Its floral and complex style will be ideal next to a refined cuisine or to illuminate the night with its originality.

Secret Declaires is yellow in color with sustained green reflections. On the nose, Secret Declaires is intensely flowery which is something rare and original for a
Blanc de Blancs. This wine explores a spring garden with honeysuckle, violet, and lilac. On the palate, Secret Declaires is powerful and structured on citrus.

Secret Declaires
 

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Marcel Vezien Secret Declaires

Delicacy, fruitiness, and roundness await you on a background of smoky and spicy sensations of Secret Declaires. This wine is typical and surprising - ideal for a meal.

FOOD & WINE: Thai cuisine, mint rolls, and leaves, soy, bamboo shoots with lemon sauce, frog legs with parsley butter.

Secret Declaires won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

14. Champagne Xavier Loriot Collision Meunier Integral

Collision Meunier Integral by Champagne Xavier Loriot is a 100% Pinot Meunier. It embodies the spirit of Xavier Loriot Champagne. Exclusively made from Pinot Meunier, this single-varietal cuvée invites you to discover a champagne with powerful aromas, synonymous with the richness of our terroir. Also available in Demi-sec.

Collision Meunier Integral

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Xavier Loriot Collision Meunier Integral

Collision Meunier Integral won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

15. Champagne Marcel Vezien Souvenir d'Ancêtre

Souvenir d'Ancêtre by Champagne Marcel Vezien is a blend of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay. This wine is intense, powerful, and elegant. Souvenir Dancetre gives you precious complexity combining greed and sumptuous vinosity. This is a cuvée to remember and to celebrate.

Souvenir d'Ancêtre

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Marcel Vezien Souvenir d'Ancêtre

Souvenir d'Ancêtre won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

16. Champagne Petit & Bajan Obsidienne

Obsidienne by Champagne Petit & Bajan is made from Pinot Noir. On the mouth, this wine is bold, acidic, and fizzy. This wine has a smoky feel to it, is citrusy, and has minerals in the aroma. On the palate, it has a flavor of brioche, toasted almonds, minerals, citrus fruits, yellow apples, and smoke. Obsidienne is golden in color.

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Petit & Bajan Obsidienne

FOOD PAIRING: Pork, rich fish, shellfish, and mild & soft cheese. 

Champagne Petit & Bajan is run by Richard Petit’s family. Their roots in Avize go back centuries, caring for Chardonnay on the chalky soils of the Côte de Blancs. With Richard’s attention to detail in the fields and Véronique’s tasting prowess in the cellar, the small-batch, grand cru wines of Petit & Bajan are very much the voice of Champagne’s new generation. These are bold, vinous wines that set a higher bar for grand cru Champagne.

Obsidienne won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

17. Champagne Jean Diot 2014 Extase Rosee

2014 Extrase Rosee by Champagne Jean Diot is a blend of 94% Chardonnay, 6% red wine in Pinot Noir. This cuvee comes from the best Chardonnay feet located on the Coteaux Sud d'Epernay.

2014 Extrase Rosee is kept in the cellar for a minimum of 36 months. This wine is a clear rosé with a beautiful shine. On the nose, this wine has notes of fine spices, yeast, currants, rusks, and green pepper. On the mouth, 2014 Extrase Rosee has a straight and linear mouth with a solid and voluminous structure that expresses itself in a clean and masculine style. Persistent and tasty finish always keeping a firm character.

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Jean Diot 2014 Extase Rosee

FOOD PAIRING: Cuvée of beautiful expression that accompanies admirably roasted fish and poultry in the sauce.

2014 Extrase Rosee won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

18. Champagne Petit & Bajan 2013 Nuit Blanche

2013 Nuit Blanche by Champagne Petit & Bajan is a 100% chardonnay that presents a pretty nose and its bubbles provide delicate effervescence. It is a pure wine, fine and clean with loveliness in texture and well poised. The Chardonnay is expressed through notes of white flowers, lightness, and essence of spring; one detects white fruit like the firm flesh of crisp pear. 

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Petit & Bajan 2013 Nuit Blanche

2013 Nuit Blanche is a beautiful translation of Chardonnay and of Grands Crus of the Côte des Blancs from which it derives.

2013 Nuit Blanche won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

19. Champagne Laurent Lequart Blanc de Meunier Brut Nature

The Blanc de Meunier Brut Nature by Champagne Laurent Lequart is made from Pinot Meunier. This wine is bold, acidic and fizzy in the mouth. This champagne goes well with pork, mild & soft cheese, and shellfish.

Champagne Laurent Lequart Blanc de Meunier Brut Nature

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Laurent Lequart Blanc de Meunier Brut Nature

Champagne Laurent Lequart Blanc de Meunier Brut Nature won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

20. Champagne Jean Diot Extase Blanc de Noirs

Extase Blanc de Noirs by Champagne Jean Diot is a blend of 60% Pinot Meunier (for structure and framing) and 40% Pinot Black (for roundness and fruitiness). 

Extase Blanc de Noirs comes from the Coteaux Sud d'Epernay, bringing you an amazing style and quality.

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Silver Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Jean Diot Extase Blanc de Noirs

Extase Blanc de Noirs is light straw yellow in color with golden reflections. It has a delicate nose that deserves a little oxygenation in the glass to reveal citrus aromas, a touch of exotic fruits, white pepper and spices. On the palate, this wine is dense and expressive with a solid structure and is certainly very tasty. Extase Blanc de Noirs has a sustained finish that highlights the nice freshness and intensity of the spicy side.

FOOD PAIRING: Goes well with white fish or poultry.

Extase Blanc de Noirs won a Silver medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.

21. Champagne Marcel Vezien Celles Que J'aime

Celles Que J'aime by Champagne Marcel Vezien is a blend rosé, composed of 90% white wine and 10% of red wine, combining freshness and lightness. This wine is salmon pink in color with fine bubbles, with a floral nose. On the mouth, Celles Que J'aime has a fruity taste - surely a delicate delicacy that everyone will appreciate.

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Bronze Medal Winner Wine: Champagne Marcel Vezien Celles Que J'aime

FOOD PAIRING: Sabayon with red fruits, fish, crustaceans,
white meat. Contrasting pairings: Brie with pepper, dessert with dark chocolate

Celles Que J'aime won a Bronze medal at the 2020 Paris Wine Cup held at Les Salons Hoche, Paris on 29th June 2020.


About Paris Wine Cup

Hosted by Beverage Trade Network, The Paris Wine Cup aims to recognize and promote wine brands that have successfully been created to identify with and target a specific wine drinker. A competition that judges the wines on the basis of Quality, Value, and Packaging.

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