It’s close to a unicorn wine. Champagne from two small parcels of ungrafted pinot noir vines in the town of Aÿ. It might be better to consider it an acre of roots, rather than vines, as these plants have no visible trunks. Bollinger, known for its rich style of…
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This story appears in the print issue of Fall 2015.
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