Vintage champagne
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Champagne Vintage 2015 - "The Beautiful Year"

  • White
  • 75 cl

Champagne vintage 2015 collection, limited edition 2000 bottles

A winegrower's Champagne, manipulative producer harvester!

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Decreasing Prices info Get an additional 5% discount when ordering at least 6 bottles.

The Bottle

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  • Delivery

    The delivery times for Champagne Vintage 2015 - "The Beautiful Year" in protected parcels are 48 hours (UPS Express) to 5 days by standard UPS, at home or Access Point. This shipment includes an anti-breakage guarantee.

  • Anti-breakage guarantee ?

    The Wine bottles are packaged in specialized packaging certified by the UPS carrier, which ensures delivery without damaging the wines or breaking the bottles. If ever a package is lost or the wine bottles broken, it will be re-shipped to you as soon as possible, we have specific insurance for this need.

  • Buy the Wine as a Gift ?

    If you want to offer this Burgundy wine as a gift:

    • You can create several addresses and choose the recipient's address to send them directly;
    • Free insertion of a personalized message: indicate during the ordering process the personalized message that you want to insert with the delivery slip, in an envelope. (We never include invoices in packages)
    • Wooden boxes: it is possible to attach a beautiful wooden box for 1, 2, 3 or 6 bottles. Add the box of your choice to the basket by going to the category of wine boxes


Champagne Vintage 2015 - "The Beautiful Year"

  • Complex

  • Powerful

  • Mineral

  • Fruity

  • Woody

Champagne Brut Blanc de Noirs Vintage 2015 - "La Belle Année"

La Belle Année is a Champagne made 100% from the 2015 harvest which was exceptional. Only 2000 bottles produced!!

A Champagne Blanc de Noirs that will be a superb choice in terms of value for money for an event or more simply a moment of pleasure;

Traditional method (champenoise), grape varieties: Pinot Noir exclusively, made by a producer harvester manipulating : Michel Guilleminot in Channes on the Côte des Bars.

Its dress is clear and bright, of a very beautiful golden color.

The first nose very expressive, brings notes of dried fruits and pastries. The palate is full and supple, the effervscence of a rare finesse.

Operating temperature: 6 to 8 °

Champagne vintage 2015 at reduced selling price from 6 bottles

mets & vins

Crémant de Bourgogne: Savory appetizers, Vegetable or poultry pies, Crabs, Prawns, Desserts, Red fruit desserts, Brownies and chocolate pies, Apple or pear pies, Ice cream and Sorbet


  • Appellation

  • Type of Wine

  • Wine Making

    Traditional Champagne Method
  • Grape Variety

    Pinot Noir
  • Harvest

  • Burgundy Region

  • Vintage

  • Service

    6 to 8 degrees


Le Champagne

The Champagnes selected for their value for money, the finesse of the effervescence and the intensity of the aromas.
Champagne 100% Producer, Harvester, Handler

A set of rules to follow

An AOC also sets out all the production conditions that define the identity of this product:

  • Planting rules
  • Rules of viticulture
  • Harvest rules
  • Pressing rules
  • rules at each stage of the development process
  • Dressing rules

The rules of the AOC Champagne are very strict

The main rules of the AOC Champagne are:

  • A strictly demarcated area.
  • Authorized grape varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Meunier, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Arbane, Petit Meslier
  • Pruning of the vines: Royat, Chablis, Guyot, Marne Valley.
  • Limitation of the yield of grapes per hectare.
  • Pressing yield.
  • Minimum degree of alcohol in potency, at harvest.
  • Second fermentation in bottles and maturation on lees for a minimum of 15 months for non-vintages, 3 years for vintages.

These rules are continuously optimized

Further steps have been taken to further improve quality, including:

  • 1978: Height, spacing and density of the plantings (high density of 8,000 vines/ha resulting in a low load of grapes per plant, guarantee of optimal quality), management method and pruning system.
  • 1,984: Ban on bottling wines before 1 January following the harvest.
  • 1991: Compulsory approval of pressing centres.
  • 1993: Pressing yield of 160 kilos per 102 litres (instead of 150 kilos previously)



Michel Guilleminot - Champagne

Since the beginning of the twentieth century, the Guilleminot family has been working and cultivating vines.

The grapes must be picked by hand and crushed at low pressure in order to retain all their qualities.
The wort is then put in vats and clarified. Alcoholic fermentation can begin.

By choice of the estate, the champagne does not undergo malolactic fermentation: The latter slightly deacidifies the wine but weighs down the aromas.