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In 2013 the grapes were slow to ripen, which is why this was one of the last vintages harvested in October. Spring arrived late after a particularly long and cold winter. Meanwhile, mid-April was exceptionally hot, dry and sunny with over 800 hours of sunshine – unprecedented in Champagne country! The grapes developed with a new-found impetus. Some light rainfall in early September helped the clusters increase in size and ripen at an accelerat… Read more

Posted by Mark J, Brookshaw on 22nd Sep 2023

“Viñedo Chadwick holds a special meaning as the ultimate expression of this place, handcrafted with real passion and perseverance. The vision for excellence has been passed on from one generation to another to continue our family legacy.” Magui Chadwick.VINTAGE CONDITIONS: An exceptional vintage due to a moderately cool season that translated into a long even ripening that preserved the natural acidity of the grapes, aroma and colour. The re… Read more
Reaching the peak of maturity yet still as fresh as ever, these original disgorgement champagnes illustrate their exceptional cellaring potential and incredible gastronomic dimension." — Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon, Cellar Master.THE HANDPRINT OF TIME  It is these variations over the years that we are now ready to share through these limited-edition Late Release champagnes. By uncovering a small quantity of these precious bottles and bringi… Read more
The ripe, continental 2015 vintage gave us wines with magnificent concentration, incredible depth and an interesting vegetal, sappy character. — Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon, Cellar Master THE STORY OF AN ENCOUNTER Conceived as an exchange and shaped by friendship, this wine is first and foremost a result of the free-thinking that came out of a meeting between Louis Roederer’s CEO Frédéric Rouzaud, his cellar master Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon an… Read more