In 1911, Raymond Duval-Leroy was the first Champagne house ever to create champagne blending Pinot Noir and Chardonnay selected in villages classified Grand Cru and Premier Cru of the Champagne Region, in order to pay tribute to its predecessors. This wine bears a bright robe and a lace of fine and satiny bubbles. This Fleur de Champagne Brut 1er Cru gives off a wild flower scent that is characteristic of Duval-Leroy, and from which the wine got his name. On the palate, this Champagne audaciously combines a persistent gustatory balance and a distinguished, elegant character. Its aromatic outline is intense and fruity with a subtle hint of minerality.
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