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Sommelier Ella Grüssner Cromwell-Morgan from Åland sampled the first bottle that was brought up from the wreck.
Each bottle was uncorked, tasted and classified by international expert Richard Juhlin.
Instead, seek out small-production, “grower” Champagnes; that is, Champagnes produced by winemakers who also own their vineyards.
The A to Z focus on production means you’re getting a singular focus and expression of one of the world’s most unique and incredible growing regions.
Though it was so incredibly old, there was a freshness about the wine.
It wasn’t at all stiff, but rather had a clear acidity backing up its sweetness.
The wreck and its cargo belong to Åland’s Provincial Government.
Some of the bottles have been preserved in Åland as museum pieces and one in the Veuve Clicquot museum in France.If that expression comes from a truly skilled producer, there’s no better reason to spend a little (or a lot) extra.As a bonus, most grower producers also farm their vineyards organically/biodynamically. Here are five favorites to make your celebration extra special: Bérèche et Fils “Les Beaux Regards” Blanc de Blancs, Raphael Bérèche is a rising star in Champagne, though not a newcomer: The 34-year-old is carrying on his family’s multi-generation legacy in the region. Something savory you can’t quite put your finger on but you like (a lot)? Save this one for your love interest—it’s a pure aphrodisiac.While he produces several cuvées at higher prices, “Beaux Regards” is a beautiful introduction to his style; lean, focused, and nuanced, with lemon blossom and saline minerality. Cedric Bouchard “Les Creux d’Enfer,” Rosé de Saignée, 0 About an hour-and-a-half drive south from “downtown” Champagne is a little subzone called the Aube.Sourced primarily from a vineyard of Chardonnay planted by his grandfather in 1902, “Beaux Regards” connects past with present in a phenomenally delicate expression. Still technically part of the Champagne region, this unique little enclave is home to some of Champagne’s most unique and interesting producers.There's plenty of inferior stuff on the market that is a waste your money—and frankly, you'd be much better off with a less-famous sparkling wine that will make a huge, well-deserved impression.