From: Champagne, France
Varietal: 33% Arbanne, 34% Petit Meslier and 33% Pinot Blanc
Maison Liébart-Régnier was established by Lucien Liébart and Georgette Régnier in 1960. Right from the start, they have been independent winegrowers and the current generations - Laurent, Valérie, and their daughters Alexandra and Marion – are proud to make the family estate’s Champagnes today.
Hortï, the Latin root of “Gardens”, refers to a parcel in Vauciennes that has been worked by over six generations of the Liébart family and which is planted to secret grape varieties.
Tasting Notes: ON THE EYE: brilliant golden yellow. A lively fizz feeds into an abundant layer of persistent froth. ON THE NOSE: following the initial citrus notes, and brief air exposure, we find white pepper and pink peppercorn. ON THE PALATE: the attack is surprisingly delicate and unobtrusive. It is only as the flavors develop that the cuvée’s trademark acidity kicks in to create the perfect balance. Lemon and lime evolve to give the wine its clean, straightforward style.
Pairing: Hortï pairs well with delicately flavored dishes such as half-cooked scallops with a fennel emulsion and caviar lemon or griddled lamb chops 93 Points -Wine Enthusiast
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