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1970 Henry de Vaugency Champagne Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs Brut

$259.99
1970 Henry de Vaugency Champagne Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs Brut
Today, we have a rare find from Champagne, and these bottles from 1970 were just disgorged this year after 54 years on the lees! While it's not a producer we regularly offer, Henry de Vaugency has been making Champagne since 1732 and is currently in its 8th generation of winemaking, a tradition passed down from father to son. Pascal Henry runs the show at this Oger-based domain, following the traditions of his ancestors, making only blanc de Blancs Champagne with grand cru fruit while utilizing old machinery and techniques like a wooden basket press and riddling by hand in the chalk cellars. This is a one-off cuvee that they have been aging for over half a decade, and it was just released in perfect condition. 100% Oger fruit, these bottles were also aged on cork, not cap (pictured above). This is perfect for those who love old Champagne, and being a new release takes away the gamble that many older wines come with and are going to be quite fresh for their age. If this were a late release from a bigger address, these bottles would be $1,000 each, making this an excellent buy for older Champagne.

1970 Henry de Vaugency Champagne Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs Brut

1970 Henry de Vaugency Champagne Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs Brut

$259.99
$259.99

Today, we have a rare find from Champagne, and these bottles from 1970 were just disgorged this year after 54 years on the lees! While it's not a producer we regularly offer, Henry de Vaugency has been making Champagne since 1732 and is currently in its 8th generation of winemaking, a tradition passed down from father to son. Pascal Henry runs the show at this Oger-based domain, following the traditions of his ancestors, making only blanc de Blancs Champagne with grand cru fruit while utilizing old machinery and techniques like a wooden basket press and riddling by hand in the chalk cellars. This is a one-off cuvee that they have been aging for over half a decade, and it was just released in perfect condition. 100% Oger fruit, these bottles were also aged on cork, not cap (pictured above). This is perfect for those who love old Champagne, and being a new release takes away the gamble that many older wines come with and are going to be quite fresh for their age. If this were a late release from a bigger address, these bottles would be $1,000 each, making this an excellent buy for older Champagne.