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Champagne Marc Hébrart Cuvée de Réserve Brut NV

Champagne from France - Champagne
This great Champagne from the ever-conscientious Marc Hébrart is delicious, with a touch of preserved lemons on the light but complex nose and a long finish.
Price: £29.50 Bottle
Original price: £177.00 Sale price: £147.50 Case of 6
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Code: CH761

Wine characteristics

  • Champagne
  • Bone dry
  • Pinot Noir
  • 12.5% Alcohol
  • No oak influence
  • 75cl
  • Champagne cork

Marc Hébrart

Marc Hébrart is a small but exciting producer in the Vallée de la Marne, who produces pinot-noir dominated Champagnes from the firm’s own high-quality vineyards in Mareuil, the neighbouring village to Aÿ. Hébrart used to provide grapes to some of the big houses before more recently choosing to bottle its produce under its own name.
Chardonnay makes up the smaller part of the house blend, and no pinot meunier isused. Jean-Paul Hébrart, the current owner and winemaker, inherited the property from his parents and has been in charge of the day-to-day running since the tender age of 19. The wines here are full-flavoured with excellent balance and length. Only a small percentage of the wines is exported, with most of production entirely swallowed up by the French themselves!

rogerjonesconsultancy.com

Much of theproduction from this grower goes to top Champagne houses, this is a classicRoederer style champagne, excellent clean forward non vintage style at itsbest.

- Roger Jones

JancisRobinson.com

Very fine bead andsmoky Pinot-dominated. Flattering and soft. Easy to drink in quantity, I shouldthink. Good value.

16.5/20 - Jancis Robinson

Daily Mail

If you want a veryclassy, vintage flavour that tastes as though it costs a bomb, but in realitystays under (or bang on in this case) the magical £25 barrier, this is one ofthe wines of the year. You...
If you want a veryclassy, vintage flavour that tastes as though it costs a bomb, but in realitystays under (or bang on in this case) the magical £25 barrier, this is one ofthe wines of the year. You simply must seek out the small, independentgrower/maker champagnes for the very best value imaginable, and this wine ispacked with elegance, finesse and undeniable breeding. It smashed all of thebig names with its knockout flavour and hugely satisfying finish.
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- Matthew Jukes

The Daily Telegraph

I know it is January and we are meant to have had ourfill of fizz, but this is ‘house’ champagne of rare class to be enjoyed as apick-me-up in winter or saved for future celebratory times....
I know it is January and we are meant to have had ourfill of fizz, but this is ‘house’ champagne of rare class to be enjoyed as apick-me-up in winter or saved for future celebratory times. Initially round andsoft, its orchard fruits have instant appeal, while behind them lies alemon-fresh acidity.
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- Hamish Anderson

thewinegang.com

A stylish and veryappealing Pinot-Noir dominated Champagne made from the Hébrart family's ownvineyards in the Vallée de la Marne and Côtes des Blancs. Wheaty, lightlytoasted notes give...
A stylish and veryappealing Pinot-Noir dominated Champagne made from the Hébrart family's ownvineyards in the Vallée de la Marne and Côtes des Blancs. Wheaty, lightlytoasted notes give depth to the pear and apple fruit, the creamy roundness andfine acidity. Good value.
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89/100 The Wine Gang

France Magazine

80% pinot noir, 20%chardonnay, with citrus pith and roasted nuts on the nose and a nicely roundedpalate, Its easily moreish nature combines citrus freshness with toastedalmonds and layers of fragrance and ...
80% pinot noir, 20%chardonnay, with citrus pith and roasted nuts on the nose and a nicely roundedpalate, Its easily moreish nature combines citrus freshness with toastedalmonds and layers of fragrance and crystallised strawberry. Drink with:Nibbles or on its own.
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- Sally Easton MW<br>

The Observer

Ten best Champagnesand sparkling wines to buy this summer: Champagnes made by growers have broughta new lease of life to a region that sometimes takes itself a little tooseriously, and they can be...
Ten best Champagnesand sparkling wines to buy this summer: Champagnes made by growers have broughta new lease of life to a region that sometimes takes itself a little tooseriously, and they can be excellent value, too. None more so than this verygraceful but still full-flavoured pinot noir-dominated wine from Jean-PaulHébrart. 
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- David Williams

Decanter

Recommended: Reservedaromatic profile; the palate is more open and communicative, albeit framed intannic intent. Hints of white chocolate, mandarin. Vinous, robust.

- Panel Tasting

JancisRobinson.com

 Apples ahoy – plentifulfruit here, in a simple and fruity style with a sweet, sherbet-lemon candyfinish. Easy, light, unchallenging.  

- Richard Hemming

rosemurraybrown.com

From a smallprogressive house run by Jean-Paul Hebrart, Marc’s son. They used to sell theirgrapes to big houses, but now bottle their own.  Their style is richfull-flavoured fizz mainly from...
From a smallprogressive house run by Jean-Paul Hebrart, Marc’s son. They used to sell theirgrapes to big houses, but now bottle their own.  Their style is richfull-flavoured fizz mainly from Pinot Noir, no Pinot Meunier is used, fromtheir 14 hectares across 65 plots in Grand Cru and Premier Cru vineyards. Well priced cuvee, a rich red-fruited fizz with smoky notes.  It lacks agreat length, but still good value.
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- Rose Murray Brown

decanter.com

Marc Hébrart used tosell his grapes from his vineyards in Mareuil to the big houses, but now makesPinot Noir-based Champagnes himself which are always popular with Societymembers. This cuvée is...
Marc Hébrart used tosell his grapes from his vineyards in Mareuil to the big houses, but now makesPinot Noir-based Champagnes himself which are always popular with Societymembers. This cuvée is open and forward with a firm spine of acidity to balancethe juicy apple, pear and greengage fruits. It's biscuity, long, ripe andfull-bodied.
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90/100 Tina Gellie

The view from my table

A delicious andfairly priced grower champagne: toasty, lovely elegance, quite long. Made from80% pinot noir/20% chardonnay.

- Andy Neather

The Scotsman

Popular with tasters for its very approachable stylewith rich, red fruit undertones - this is Jean-Paul Hébrart 's entry levelfizz.

- Rose Murray Brown

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