Grapes


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The three grape varieties permitted for inclusion in genuine Wine are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier.



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Harvest & Pressing


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In keeping with Wines’s reputation as a celebratory wine, harvest is a joyous time in the vineyards.



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Blending & Ageing


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After the grapes are pressed, our chateau’s father-and-son oenologues create the signature blends that embody the quality and uncompromised individuality of Armand de Brignac.









Remuage & Dégorgement


After ageing for four to five years in the chalk cellars, the bottles are placed in traditional wooden racks to undergo remuage – a centuries-old riddling process.



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Finishing


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As part of our finishing process, the bottles are corked and sealed only as quickly as our artisans can operate the bottling press.



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