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Contemporaries of Henri IV and his descendants, the Hémart family settled permanently in Aÿ at the beginning of the 17th century. Their history took root there and became closely interwoven with the momentous historical events relating to champagne from the 18th century onwards. At the opening of the 20th century, Léon Giraud, cuirassier in the battle of the Marne, married a Miss Hémart. He reconstructed the magnificent family vineyard, which had been ravaged by phylloxera. To achieve this, he used the latest techniques: the grafting of vines (vitis vinifera) on the cuttings taken from certain American vines. Today, the 12th generation of the Giraud-Hémart family, in the person of Claude Giraud, is in charge of the fortunes of the family business.
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85% Sauvignon Blanc, 10% Semillon, 5% Muscadelle

A lovely, mellow Sauvignon Blanc it expresses a restrained acidity and light aromatics making it a flexible pairing wine, especially with seafood and lighter dishes.

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CHATEAU L'ORANGERIE, Bordeaux Superieur CHATEAU L'ORANGERIE, Bordeaux Superieur

85% Merlot , 15% Cabernet Sauvignon

This red exhibits a wonderful combination of good fruit, tannin and acidity without overpowering your meal. Notes of plums, cherries and blackberries. A versatile companion to both red and white meats, as well as cheeses.

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