Champagne DRAPPIER Quattuor Blanc de Blancs Bottle (0.75L) | Naked Bottle

Drappier Quattuor Blanc de Blancs is a rare cuvée that will fascinate lovers of discovery made of forgotten grape varieties : a unique and unforgettable champagne.


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The Cuvée Quattuor from the Drappier Champagne House is a great champagne, chiselled and mineral.

Forgotten grape varieties, a unique, inimitable, unforgettable blanc de blancs, a rare cuvée that will fascinate lovers of discovery.

Quattuor comes from the number 4 in Latin, refering to the four grape varieties used in its blend. Chardonnay, the classic Champagne grape variety, and three older and rarer varieties: Arbanne, Petit Meslier and Blanc Vrai.

The Quattuor cuvée expresses aromas of very fresh grapes, citrus fruits, white flowers and honeyed apples.

Tasting Notes

Pale gold colour. Beautiful strings of fine bubbles.

Aromas of very fresh grapes and citrus fruits which then evolve towards notes of honeyed apples, fig jam, enhanced by a bouquet of white flowers.

A champagne with a lot of freshness, mineral and chiselled, and a very persistent finish.

Food pairings

Ideal as an aperitif. Perfect with a spring tart, a seafood blanquette, a veal carpaccio with white truffles.

Technical sheet

Blend : 25% Arbanne, 25% Petit Meslier, 25% Blanc Vrai, 25% Chardonnay.

Vinification : Only the juice from the first press is used. Minimal use of sulphur. The cuvée is matured for at least 3 years.

Dosage : 4,2 g/litre

Characteristics : The Drappier vineyard covers 100 hectares and represents the essential asset of the Champagne House's vintages. Since 1808, the family has been able to select particularly well exposed and extremely chalky plots, mostly located around Urville, where the Pinot Noir grape finds its most beautiful expression and allows the production of very elegant aromatic wines.

CharacteristicsNon Vintage

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