NV Dhondt-Grellet Extra-Brut Blanc de Blancs Premier Cru Les Terres Fines

$145.00 SGD

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Return Policy

To protect the provenance of delivered wines, exchange and returns are not allowed.

Corked Wines

While we make every attempt to provide wines of good quality and provenance, we cannot guarantee the personal 'drinkability' for every bottle we sell. It is the industry standard that older wines are purchased "as is" and at the buyer's risk as to the drinkability of the wine. This policy includes "corked" wines (those tainted with TCA and smell of wet cardboard). This wine fault occurred during the cork selection process and is completely out of our control. For the aforementioned reasons, no refund or exchange will be granted.

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Country: France

Region: Champagne

Grape: Chardonnay

Vintage: NV

Type: Sparkling Wine

Volume: 750ml

Champagne Dhondt Grellet «Les Terres Fines» is a delicate Extra-Brut Blanc de Blancs composed of 100% Premier Cru Chardonnay from Cuis in Côte des Blancs, reputed for its chalky soil. 70% is from the most recent harvest and 30% from a reserved wines in which its solera begun in 1986. With a dosage of just 2g to be Extra-Brut. Coming from 9 different plots all from the limestone-rich soils of Cuis & Chouilly with an average age of 45 years, Les Terres Fines is a pure expression of Chardonnay. It is grown in the same name parcel planted with old vines classified as Premier Cru in the renowned Côtes des Blanc, the result of an assemble of fragrant and mineral. 

Domaine Dhondt-Grellet is located in Flavigny near Aviza, in the heart of prestigious Côte des Blancs. About 6 hectares of property with vine’s average age about 40 years, classified mainly Grand Cru and Premier Crus of Côte des Blancs.

The vineyards are organically cultivated and the vines only receive plant-based treatments inspired by biodynamics. His work justly received recognition in 2017 as he was elected winemaker of the year by the Trophées Champenois. They also cultivate some Pinot Noir in the Vallée the la Marne. In 1986, Eric Dhondt and Edith Grellet decided to stop selling off grapes to negociants and started Dhondt-Grellet as a grower Champagne.