Project Description

Famille Lieubeau - 1816 Blanc

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1816 Blanc

Famille Lieubeau - Vigneron Indepependant
AppellationMéthode Traditionnelle
Grape variety70% Chardonnay, 30% Folle Blanche
Vineyard30-year-old vines. Vineyard with grass cover. Trellising and deleafing of vines.
Winemaking & AgeingPressing in a pneumatic press with separation of different press fractions, as done with Champagne. Cold settling. Secondary fermentation in bottle. Aged 18 months in the bottle on lees.
Food-wine pairingsIdeal as an aperitif or with desserts.

As a tribute to Joseph Gregoire, the first Lieubeau, who was left abandoned as an orphan in the porch of the hospital in Nantes in 1816, our emblem is a child wearing a hat, a symbol of family history and nature. This sparkling wine is made from Folle Blanche for freshness, and Chardonnay for elegance, then aged for 18 months for finesse.