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is a blend of 75% Pinot Noir from Ambonnay, Bouzy, and Tours-sur-Marne with 25% Chardonnay from Tauxières. It is normally a blend of two vintages and is mostly steel-aged. It normally sees at least three years of age before disgorgement and is dosed at 10-12 g/L. Production is around 40,000 bottles a year.

Carte d’Or is a pure expression of Bouzy with 75% Pinot Noir and 25% Chardonnay. It is normally a blend of two vintages and is mostly steel-aged. It normally sees at least four years of lees-aging and is dosed at 9 g/L. Production is around 12,000 bottles a year.

is 100% Bouzy with 60% Pinot Noir, 28% Chardonnay, and 12% Bouzy Rouge. It is normally a blend of two vintages and is mostly steel-aged. It normally sees at least four years of lees-aging and is dosed at 9 g/L. Most of this wine ends up in the United States where it is extremely popular. Production is over 10,000 bottles a year.

is 100% Bouzy with 35% Pinot Noir and 65% Chardonnay. It is normally a blend of two vintages and sees a good amount of both oak and steel. It undergoes at least four years of lees-aging and is dosed at 9-12 g/L. Production is around 9,000 bottles a year.

is 100% Bouzy with 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay. The wines see a mix of steel and oak and comes from vines thirty-five years and older. It is aged on the lees for at least five years before disgorgement and is dosed at 8-9 g/L. Production varies according to the vintage.

is a brand-new vintage

the range (and I love the complete range) is the Millésime. It drinks well as a youngster and ages spectacularly too. The current release is the 2002 and it is downright superb; easily their best effort since Hervé’s debut release in 1982 and a wine that you should buy by the case, especially considering the price. I’m not just saying that either - I have purchased more of this wine than any other 2002 vintage wine released to date.

The Camille Savès range of wines:

is 100% Bouzy Pinot Noir that is aged in oak and released at four to five years of age. The vines this comes from are normally over forty years old.

wine debuting with the 2004 release. Bouzy with 90% Pinot Noir and 10% The wine is completely oak-aged and around 1,000 bottles per release.

It is 100% Chardonnay. is limited to

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