Champagne Vieille France has been producing world-class champagnes since its founding in 1860 by Leon Lebrun. The Rapeneau Family took over the House in 2003. Currently headed by Christophe Rapeneau, they are one of the last family-run champagne businesses operating on such a scale. For five generations now, the family has managed to forge special ties with all their partners (both the winegrowers and the buyers) as they have become one of the key players in the champagne market.
A pale golden coloured champagne. Notes of citrus fruit and roses follow an initial mineral nose. Pleasant, lively and delicate on the palate with a fruity structure and a salty balance.