Timothée Stroebel

Triptique NV

They say good things come in threes, and this champagne is no exception. Outside the bottle, the label features a triptych - a work of art divided into three sections. Inside, the cepage is a blend of the three primary grapes of Champagne: Pinot Noir mostly, with Pinot Meunier and a splash of Chardonnay. In addition, it comes from three vintages: 2011, 2013 and 2014, and from three soil types; chalk, loam and clay. On first opening, it is tightwound, mineral, smoky and saline, with lime rind and cranberries. After a few minutes in the glass, it starts to open up and show a savoury side reminiscent of thyme, juniper and bay leaves. It's a wine that keeps on giving, with new flavours emerging continually.  One sip of this wine and you'll be convince of the true brilliance of grower Champagne. 
The Facts:

Farming: Organic

Region: Champagne, France

Vintage: NV

Grapes: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay

Colour: Sparkling

ABV: 12.5%

Size: 75 cL



Timothée Stroebel

Timothée’s family came from Alsace, and settled in Champagne after the Second World War. Vineyards were planted in the early 60’s in Villers Allerand, a small 1er cru village tucked in Montagne de Reims, where they still farm today. Two generations later, Timothée had the dream to produce his own Champagne from the plots planted by his grandfather ...

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