Champagne "Intense MAG19" Extra Brut - AR Lenoble

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Producer: AR Lenoble
Region: Champagne
Grape variety: 40% Pinot Meunier, 40% Pinot Noir Premier Cru, 20% Chardonnay Grand Cru
Color: Sparkling White
Quantity: 75cl

Champagne AR Lenoble is the result of a subtle blend of selections from prestigious grape varieties, such as Chardonnay from Chouilly Grand Cru, Pinot Noir from Bisseuil Premier Cru, and Pinot Meunier from Damery. This harmonious marriage of terroirs gives this Champagne a unique complexity.

This Champagne is also a blend of years explained by the mention “mag” followed by a number. The number corresponds to the harvest year used as the basis for the assembly. We are here on a "mag 19", i.e. 2019, which means that part of the reserve wines were aged in magnum, bringing precision and freshness to this vintage.

On a sensory level, the nose is distinguished by its lively expression of white fruits, enhanced with subtle notes of red fruits. The palate, for its part, is frank, ample and rich, offering beautiful nuances of red fruits. The lingering finish is marked by a hint of salinity, whetting the appetite.

The vinosity and remarkable length on the palate of this Champagne make it a versatile companion, capable of pairing equally well with simple and refined dishes. It will go perfectly with a pâté en croute, a plate of tapas, or even cheeses such as a Salers or a Comté aged for 18 months. The diversity of its pairings makes it an ideal option for all gastronomic occasions.


The captivating history of Maison AR Lenoble dates back to 1870, in the middle of the war. Joseph Graser, fleeing the Germans, left his native Alsace to reach Epernay, in Champagne, on foot, where his wife Alice lived. Unfortunately, he died suddenly in the street at the age of 44. His son, Armand-Raphaël, initially an aspiring doctor, was forced to take charge of the family and launched into wine brokerage.

In 1920, Armand-Raphaël expanded his activities by creating Champagne Graser, quickly renamed “AR Lenoble”. With the recent armistice, he preferred to change the German-sounding name to create the brand "AR Lenoble", where "AR" represents his initials and "Lenoble" pays homage to the nobility of Champagne wines.

Four generations follow one another, carrying with them profound values ​​defended with commitment and dedication. Anne and Antoine Malassagne, brother and sister, inherit the family house, determined to innovate in this traditional world and improve the quality of Champagnes. Since 2010, a magnum reserve under cork has been built up in the AR Lenoble cellars to participate in future blends, giving birth in 2014 to the "MAG" champagne.

The 18 hectare vineyard, located on the most beautiful hillsides of Champagne in Chouilly (one of the 6 villages classified Grand Cru on the Côte des Blancs) and in Bisseuil (terroir classified Premier Cru de la Montagne de Reims), is supplemented by supplies from partner winegrowers in Epernay. The importance given to working in the vines is underlined, with a reasoned approach favoring biodiversity and soil life in the humid and cold climate of northern Champagne.

Vineyard practices include weeding to reduce yields, scratching the soil to deepen the roots in the chalk, and aeration of the soil to encourage the development of nutrients necessary for the grape clusters. In 2012, the AR Lenoble vineyard obtained HVE (High Environmental Value) certification, and since that date, the estate's hives have demonstrated a beneficial environment.


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