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Thienot – Cuvee Alain

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The Facts

Origins France > Champagne
Appellation Champagne
Varietal Chardonnay
Cepage 60% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir
Winemaking 100% malolactic fermentation. 6g/L dosage. Signature 'jetting' method (where wine displaces oxygen at disgorgement) results in very low sulfite levels.
Aging 12 years
Annual Production 35,000 bottles
Markets California

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The Character

Overall Complex & Expressive
Aromas Fleshy yellow fruits, mango, dried flowers, lightly toasted bread
Mouthfeel Suave with silky effervescence
Tasting Notes A delicate pale gold. The nose is complex and expressive with notes of fleshy yellow fruits, mango, dried flowers and lightly toasted bread. The palate is suave and fresh with a silky effervescence and exceptional length.
Selling Point Complex, elegant, and gastronomic Champagne
Pairings Exquisite seafood such as grilled sea bass, or freshwater fish like Arctic char

The Story

We take the absolute best from our most promising harvests, and then allow time to shape the wine towards the essence of the Thiénot style, where maturity, complexity, power and elegance blend to perfection.

About Thienot

Producer Story

Now proudly presiding over the Champagne House established by their father in 1985, for Garance and Stanislas Thiénot, their every move is guided by the single-minded pursuit of cultivating the intrinsic spirit of the land.

For almost 20 years as a broker in Champagne, Alan Thiénot combed the region’s rolling hills in search of only the finest grapes for prominent, centuries-old Champagne Houses, and year after year honed his knowledge of the Champagne region. His father had previously managed Champagne Irroy, while his grandfather, a glassmaker, crafted high-quality bottles.


Producer Story

Now proudly presiding over the Champagne House established by their father in 1985, for Garance and Stanislas Thiénot, their every move is guided by the single-minded pursuit of cultivating the intrinsic spirit of the land.

For almost 20 years as a broker in Champagne, Alan Thiénot combed the region’s rolling hills in search of only the finest grapes for prominent, centuries-old Champagne Houses, and year after year honed his knowledge of the Champagne region. His father had previously managed Champagne Irroy, while his grandfather, a glassmaker, crafted high-quality bottles.

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