Champagne Brut Blanc de Blancs is made by the renowned French house Delamotte . This champagne is obtained from the single-variety vinification of Chardonnay grapes, in line with the Blanc de Blancs style. The villages from which the grapes come are Mesnil-sur-Oger, Avize and Cramant, each of which is classified as a Grand Cru. A meticulous selection of the best bunches is carried out between the rows, which are then hand-picked in view of the rapid transport to the cellar. The alcoholic fermentation takes place in steel tanks, which allow the varietal notes to be preserved. In line with the Champenoise Method, the wine ages on its lees during the refermentation in the bottle, which lasts at least three years. During disgorgement, a small quantity of liquer d'expédition is added. Champagne Brut Blanc de Blancs can be enjoyed with great pleasure immediately, as well as after a careful rest of 1-2 years in the cellar.