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Charles Ellner Carte Blanche Brut

Non-Vintage Sparkling Wine
  • WS91
750ML / 12% ABV
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750ML / 12% ABV

Winemaker Notes

An elegant and subtle blend, fresh and fruity with floral hints Perfect with aperitif. It will also match most starters.

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Wine Spectator
Vivid lemon peel acidity is a fine foil for the rich hints of marzipan, baked pear and almond skin in this well-balanced and creamy Champagne. Smoke and saline notes linger on the lightly mouthwatering finish. Drink now through 2020.
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Charles Ellner

Charles Ellner

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Charles Ellner, France
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Champagne Charles Ellner, in the heart of Epernay, was and is a family business. At the end of the 19th century, Charles Emile Ellner, the founder of the House, began acquiring small vineyards in Epernay while also starting his career as a professional “riddler”. In 1905, he first released Champagne under his own name.

Today the house is run by Jean-Pierre Ellner, one of the grandsons of the estate’s founder. His nephews Frederic and Arnaud Ellner manage vineyards and production. His daughters Emmanuelle Foulon Ellner and Alexandra Ellner also work at the estate.

None of Charles Ellner’s wines see malolactic fermentation. All are fermented in stainless-steel tanks to preserve fresh fruit flavors (only the Chardonnay blended into the vintage wines spends a few months in giant oak barrels between primary fermentation and bottling). They are then left to sit on their lees for a minimum of 4 years (the law is only 18 months) to allow the wines to soften a bit, fill out, and become beautifully drinkable upon release yet ageable at the same time.

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