Lenoble AR ChampagneChampagne, France
* Armand-Raphael Graser, was installed in a 18th century building, now headquarters of the company, in the town of Damery. Champagne started producing in 1920 under the trademark "AR Lenoble." By Armand-Raphael AR Lenoble and in tribute to the noble wines of Champagne.
When Armand-Raphael, died accidentally at the winery in 1947, was succeeded by his son Joseph Graser. When he retired in 1973, Jean-Marie Malassagne, grandson of the founder, took over the business and by October 1993 Malassagne Anne, granddaughter of Armand-Raphael joined to support his father.Antoine, his brother, joins them three years later. Already in the fourth generation.
Faithful to the tradition of Champagne, in Lenoble refuse to sacrifice quality for the benefit of volume production is deliberately limited to provide only the best. They are, today, one of the few totally independent houses and family who produce wines Grand Cru Chardonnay. Deeply rooted in the past, but resolutely turned towards the future.
The vineyard covers an area of 18 hectares, with a mean age of 18. The Chardonnay is harvested in the famous land of Chouilly, one of the six Grand Cru villages of the Côte des Blancs. Another of his plots are: "The McCoys", "The City" and "adventures." Black pinot grapes are harvested in the Terroir Bisseuil, Premier Cru of the Montagne de Reims. The pinot meunier buy it from producers in the region Epernay.
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Wines from Lenoble AR Champagne
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