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The family-run Champagne House Franck Bonville traces its roots back to 1900 when visionary Alfred Bonville acquired plots of land only a few years after the ravages of phylloxera on the Champagne vineyards.
The house was significantly expanded after 1945 thanks to Franck Bonville, who increased the size of the vineyard and developed the marketing of the first vintages under his name.
Gilles Bonville and his wife represented the third generation at the house, and gradually modernised the estate’s winemaking tools in 1970. After joining his parents in 1996, Olivier Bonville has devoted his attention to modern environmental practices.
Unisson Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru from Franck Bonville is produced from grapes grown in the vineyards of Avize, a benchmark Champagne terroir. The name of this cuvée refers to its blend of two harvest years (2016 and 2017). The dosage of this Brut Champagne is 6.7 g/L.
Winemaking and ageing
Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in thermoregulated stainless steel vats.
The nose unveils developing scents of brioche, butter and almond with a lovely freshness characteristic of chardonnay and chalky terroirs.
Creamy and balanced, the palate entices with its richness and longevity.
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