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Made from the best crus in Champagne, Brut Traditionnel is ready to drink after three years of ageing under ideal conditions, away from light and variations in temperature. Driven by 40% Chardonnay, and blended with 35% Pinot Noir & 25% Pinot Meunier the wine is pale golden colour with greenish highlights. Remarkably fine bubbles and a beautiful, persistent bead. Attractive and luscious, with hints of hawthorn and acacia blossoms as well as overtones of peach and apricot. Exceptional ripeness on the palate. Toasty, honey, and cinnamon flavours. This elegant cuvée has a full bodied, generous aftertaste.


The story of a sleeping beauty 1757...Foundation of the fifth oldest Champagne House by Theodore Vanderveken, Henri Alele's great-great-grandfather. Antoine de Muller, Henri Abele's grandfather and Cellar Master of Maison Veuve Clicquor-Ponsardin, devised an ingenious process: drilling a kitchen table with angled holes in which to insert the bottles. The riddling table was invented, and this revolutionised the method of making champagne forever.


Imagining a champagne is above all an art: that of collating the terroirs. Faithful to the visioin of its founders, Abele 1757 selects sites with the most promising aromatic potential. From the Cote des Blancs to the Montagne de Reims or the highly prized Coteaux des Riceys, the House has a multitude of plots and crus to draw inspiration from. A unique aromatic pallette that is reinvented and assembled after each harvest to perfect the wines. To guarantee a constant supply of very high quality, Abele 1757 has forged close links with a small circle of passionate vine-growers. Lovers of their land, these craftsmen have long practised viticulture respectful of nature on plots sometimes as small as gardens.


91 points Wine Spectator.

Silver Medal International Wine and Spirit Competition.

Abele 1757 Brut Champagne NV

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