Champagne Gobillard is situated in the heart of the Champagne region just 5 km from Epernay with the magnificent village of Hautvillers dominating its vineyard. It was about 1861 when Dom Perignon, then cellar-master in the benedictine abbey of Hautvillers, invented champagne as we know it today and it is thanks to this important event that Hautvillers became the most renowned village of the region. The family champagne house of JM Gobillard et Fils cultivates about 25 hectares of vines, mostly in the Premier Cru vineyard of Hautvillers. They also receive grapes from some 75 hectares of vines through agreements with growers selected for their expertise and quality. Passion, dynamism and know-how characterise this family business, with each stage carefully and rigorously controlled, while fully respecting the Champagne tradition.
An elegant bouquet redolent of citrus blossom, followed by a delicate and precise palate showing greengages and honey. A long finish dominated by toasty brioche notes.