This Champagne label was originally created by the renowned French chef Alain Ducasse. Back in 1998, it was successfully selling at his two restaurants the eponymous Alain Ducasse in Paris and Louis XV in Monte Carlo. It soon went into global distribution.
Ducasse buys the still wine from Marne et Champagne, the second-biggest Champagne house, and he oversees its transformation into sparkling wine. The Champagne is in a very pure, modern style, aged for 2 to 3 years in a private cellar. "I wanted to create a Champagne that reflects my tastes and will reflect the style and food in my restaurants," A. Ducasse
A fabulous and well-respected Champagne. Clean and fruity in style, with baked-bread and bruised-apple notes, fresh and easy drinking.
An attractive nose showing autolytic development, with fresh acidity and good balance on the palate. Generous, full of flowery and fragrant character yet fresh and crisp.