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The refinement and aromatic finesse of a vintage champagne from Billecart-Salmon

The property

Since its creation in 1818 by the couple Elisabeth Salmon and Nicolas-François Billecart, the BILLECART SALMON champagne house has remained independent, maintaining for 7 generations the entirety of its know-how and the demand for the quality of its vintages.

The vineyard

The Billecart-Salmon vineyard extends from the Côte des Blancs to the Montagne de Reims over nearly 100 hectares. The vines are cultivated and cared for in a traditional way in order to produce authentic fruit that reflects the quality of the Champagne terroir.


The Cuvée Nicolas François Billecart was created in 1964 in homage to the founder of this Champagne House.

The result of a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and partial vinification in oak barrels, this cuvée perfectly combines the aromatic elegance and richness of the fruit.

Winemaking and aging

20% of the production is vinified in oak barrels. Partial malolactic fermentation. Maturation on lees in the estate's cellars takes place over a period of 10 years. The dosage is 4 g/liter.


The Cuvée Nicolas François Billecart 2002 is made from a blend of 60% pinot noir from the Premiers and Grands Crus of the Montagne de Reims and the Grande Vallée de la Marne as well as 40% chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs.


Color: Brilliant, the color is a beautiful golden yellow color, adorned with golden reflections. The bubbles are chiseled

Nose: The nose is rich and subtle with fragrances of malt, white peaches, nectarines and mirabelle plums, combined with the complexity of the aromas of mandarin zest.

Mouth: The palate is balanced with resinous flavors of great nobility such as spruce or Houlle juniper. This wine has a splendid vinosity.

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