With a very high proportion of Pinot Noir, one is savoring what is nearly a Blanc de Noirs. A Champagne of great aromatic richness. The taste begins with stone fruits such as white vineyard peaches. A spicy note emerges in a powerful and complex mouthfeel. A vinous Champagne of grand complexity, with a characteristic touch of quince jelly.
Eight generations family-owned Drappier has been one of the finest Champagne Houses since 1808, today exceeding 55 hectares, and producing about 1.6 million bottles per year. Drappier exports about 2/3 of its production in 83 countries, while maintaining a foothold in France which remains champagne’s No.1 market in the world. Champagne Drappier was honoured to be chosen by France President Charles de Gaulle for his private receptions.