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When Eugène Chevalier established his company in Charnay-lès-Mâcon, near Mâcon, in 1920, he knew that he faced a veritable challenge: the traditional method was already fully successful in Burgundy, in Nuits-Saint-Georges and Rully, but he still had to bring effervescence to the Mâcon region.
Chevalier threw himself into it heart and soul. And he succeeded perfectly.
This touch of distinction is accompanied by the typical south Burgundy character.
The Maison Chevalier also proudly produced sparkling wines using a natural method, whose extended vat ageing allows the expression of the quality of the base wines, the fullness of their maturity and brightness of their aromas.



Selection of best base wines among the different Blanc de Noirs grape varieties and blending depending on the vintage characteristics to obtain the best expression of the signature of the Maison Chevalier.

Winemaking method

Charmat method with an ageing of 3 months.

Tasting notes

With a pearly color and salmon tints, this typical Blanc de Noirs has a vinous nose and notes of red berries and citrus.
On the palate, the attack is lively and reveals a well balanced (a delicate dosage supported by a nice acidity), round and voluptuous wine.

Wine and food pairing

As an aperitif, as an accompaniment to a dish of white meats or a dessert with dried fruits or spices.

Serving suggestions

Between 6 and 8 °C.

Additional components

Alcohol : 11,5 % vol.
Dosage : 10 g/l.
Sparkling Wine
Product of France