Champagne, France

The land where the Chardonnay grapes are grown for our champagne varietals is located in Champagne, France and was first cultivated in 1889. Because these wines are produced in the Champagne region, they qualify as true champagnes and not sparkling wine. Rather than using chemicals to control weeds in the vineyard, the land is plowed to promote the rooting and microbial life of soils. Harvesting is done naturally to prevent chaptaliser, which is the addition of sugar. All of Alexander Vineyards Champagnes are made with 100% Chardonnay grapes, except for the Grand Cru Rosé Champagne. The Chardonnay grapes are grown in the Côte des Blancs region, which is known for its chalky terroir that lend themselves to elegant champagnes. Each champagne is designated Grand Cru, meaning a wine of the most superior grade.

 
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Demi-Sec

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Brut

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Extra-brut

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Rosé

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Vintage

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Les Chétillons

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Vozémieux

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