Maison Lheraud – Cuvée 20

    AOC COGNAC PETITE CHAMPAGNE

    A very large and opulent Petite Champagne with hints of white flowers, vanilla, cinnamon and orange zest. A delicious vintage.

    ESTATE

    The Lheraud estate was established in 1680 and it is one of the most prestigious houses of Cognac. As sole supplier of the British «House of Lords», it is required to provide the highest quality. For more than three centuries, Lheraud passed on from father to son on their Petite Champagne vineyard in the heart of the Cognac region. The wines are distilled in the traditional way, without any additives.

    SITE

    The vines are located in the Petite-Champagne area in Cognac.

    GRAPE VARIETY

    70% Ugni Blanc – 25% Folle Blanche – 5% Colombard.

    SOIL

    Clay and limestone.

    GROWING METHOD

    In the vineyards they practice lutte raisonnée. There is no irrigation, no pesticides and no herbicides.

    TILLAGE

    Ridging, ploughing and digging, with yield regulation by budding.

    SURFACE AREA

    80 hectares.

    DENSITY

    8000 vines / hectares.

    VINIFICATION

    Traditional

    AGEING

    20 years ageing in new oak barrels (exclusively Limousin trees).

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