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Jacques Selosse, Champagne Brut Blanc de Noirs Cote Faron Ay, NV (01/2022 disgorgement)



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Standing at the heart of Champagne’s most recent renaissance—a celebration of micro-terroir, viticulture and cellar technique—is Anselme Selosse. Anselme’s trailblazing explorations in technique and terroir and his iconoclastic stances against all trends of dogma and standardization in the vineyards and in the cellar have energized an entire generation of growers.

The profound influence of Selosse's vision is worthy of reverence, but equally impressive are the remarkable Champagnes that give his philosophy life.

Professional Reviews

Robert Parker

RP 97
"The NV Extra-Brut Grand Cru La Cote Faron is ridiculously great. Layers of fruit emerge effortlessly from this large-scaled, dramatic Champagne. The wine needs quite of time to open up, but when it does it is a stunner. This is pure Ay in its rich, voluptuous personality and creamy texture. Red berries, dried flowers, licorice, mint and licorice are layered into the rich, seductive finish. Readers who prefer a more mineral-driven style of Blanc de Noirs will prefer the Le Bout de Clos, Selosse?s wine from Ambonnay, while those who prefer a more overt expression of fruit will flip out over the Cote Faron. Either way, it?s hard to lose. They are both magnificent." -Robert Parker


  • Grape Variety

    Pinot Noir

  • Vintage


  • Size


  • Farming Practice


  • Style

    Elegant , Minerally , Silky

  • Sweetness


  • Body

    Medium Bodied


Champagne boasts some of the world’s greatest luxury brands with Krug, Cristal and, of course, Dom Perignon. But it’s also home to hundreds of small dynamic producers—farmers who grow their own grapes (often organically) and make (often with natural methods) tiny amounts of pure and absolutely delicious wine that reflect the individual personalities of their villages and terroirs. Toast with these wines, for sure. But also treat them like the great wines they are: taste, drink, explore!

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