Champagne MAILLY GRAND CRU
A bit of History....
Mailly Champagne was classified Grand Cru in 1920. The exeptional quality of Mailly grapes comes from the area's chalk subsoil that regulates soil temparature and humidity, and hillside plantings that enjoys full sun exposure. Only 17 of Champagne's 319 villages currently enjoy Grand Cru status. The fruit they produce is rare and expensive, and usually reserved for the finest Champagne cuvées. Mailly Grand Cru is the only champagne House to source all of its wines from Grand Cru vineyards.
Mailly Grand Cru Style
The estate's wines owe their character to the fruit of a single Grand Cru vineyard. Their excellence is a testament to the skills of winegrowing team, growers and Chef de case working together. The House offers a range of more than ten wines, each one notable for its exceptional balance, assertive vinous style, class and elegance.
Together they celebrate the many different expressions of a quintessential Grand Cru Estate. Mailly's chalky subsoil and predominance of north-facing slopes brings out a unique mineral freshness in the Pinot Noir, seamlessly melded with that visous strength that is the mark of a thoroughbred Grand Cru. The Cardonnay blends in perfectly, adding characteristic fineness.
Each creative venture is expressed in sober and elegant aesthetics that reflect the House's rigorous commitment to quality. An annual output of just 500.000 bottles every year guarantees optimal quality control. Packaging design and gift presentation, using rigorously selected materials, add the final touch to a range of cuvées that are made with the same painstaking care as Haute Couture clothing.
Imaginative architecture, stylish packaging, clean communication, expressive champagnes - Mailly Grand Cru Champagne had always moved with the times, creating an identity that is rooted in audacity, innovation and refinement.