• Champagne Henriot Cuve 38 La Réserve Perpetuelle Brut Blanc de Blancs

    Henriot has released a new and unusual champagne, one that represents 25 years of both creative and technical skill on the part of the house. Called Cuve 38, it’s bottled exclusively in magnum, with just 1,000 magnums available for the entire world. Yesterday, the house’s president and managing director, Thomas Henriot, was in New York City to present the new wine to a small group of journalists and wine professionals.

    The story of this wine begins in 1990, when Thomas’s father, Joseph Henriot, identified and earmarked a particularly promising blend of chardonnay from the grand cru villages of Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, Avize, Oger and Chouilly. This was put in reserve, stored in a 467-hectoliter stainless stee
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