Etienne Sandrin
Etienne and Anne Sandrin only produce a few bottles in the small town of Celles-sur-Ource, southeast of Troyes, whose soils are characterized by Kimmeridge limestone and clay.
They took over the small family winery from Etienne's parents in 2006 and consequently switched to organic and later to biodynamic farming.
In 2014 they decided to process a small part of the harvest (approx. 1 hectare) themselves in order to prepare champagne for themselves and a few friends according to their own quality requirements.
As is usually the case at the Côte des Bar, the Pinot Noir plays the leading role in the wines, only with “A travers Celles” accompanied by Pinot Blanc.
In order to preserve the precise expression of the terroir, they are all matured in the stainless steel tank.
Respect for nature and its organic cycles is clearly in the foreground; give things the time they need to develop their full potential.
And so you need to listen carefully and get involved in order to perceive the soft tones and filigree-complex aromas of these champagnes (and of course large enough glasses to give them space).
They are of ethereal elegance and, like a puff pastry, finely fanned out aromas.
A captivating freshness and invigorating, firm structure characterize Etienne's almost crystalline style.
Sublime champagne with great potential but unfortunately in a small amount.
Etienne and Anne Sandrin only produce a few bottles in the small town of Celles-sur-Ource, southeast of Troyes, whose soils are characterized by Kimmeridge limestone and clay. They took... read more »
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Etienne and Anne Sandrin only produce a few bottles in the small town of Celles-sur-Ource, southeast of Troyes, whose soils are characterized by Kimmeridge limestone and clay.
They took over the small family winery from Etienne's parents in 2006 and consequently switched to organic and later to biodynamic farming.
In 2014 they decided to process a small part of the harvest (approx. 1 hectare) themselves in order to prepare champagne for themselves and a few friends according to their own quality requirements.
As is usually the case at the Côte des Bar, the Pinot Noir plays the leading role in the wines, only with “A travers Celles” accompanied by Pinot Blanc.
In order to preserve the precise expression of the terroir, they are all matured in the stainless steel tank.
Respect for nature and its organic cycles is clearly in the foreground; give things the time they need to develop their full potential.
And so you need to listen carefully and get involved in order to perceive the soft tones and filigree-complex aromas of these champagnes (and of course large enough glasses to give them space).
They are of ethereal elegance and, like a puff pastry, finely fanned out aromas.
A captivating freshness and invigorating, firm structure characterize Etienne's almost crystalline style.
Sublime champagne with great potential but unfortunately in a small amount.
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