Champagne Library Report Vintages 2019 ⇔ 2020 - Likewise Years but the important distinctions will be documented

The Vintage Report, first created in 2014 and the basis of a new book on champagne, will also be held this year. The two years 2019 and 2020 are drawn together in view of the unusual conditions. Who does not remember the heat wave in August 2019 and the rapid vegetative cycle of 2020 with a rapid ripening of the grapes?

The Champagne Library Report Vintages 2019 ⇔ 2020 sheds light of each year’s different still wines and what this means for the assemblage.


Among the contributors are:


Nathalie Laplaige, Champagne Joseph Perrier Chef de Cave

Benoît Gouez, Champagne Moët & Chandon's Chef de Cave 

Hervé Danton, Champagne Lanson’s Chef de Caves

Gilles Descôtes, Champagne Bollinger’s Chef de Caves 

Rodolphe Péters, Champagne Pierre Péters 

Clément Pierlot, Chef de cave, Champagne Pommery

Jean-Pierre Vazart, Champagne Vazart-Coquart et Fils 

Jean-Hervé Chiquet, Champagne Jacquesson

Didier Gimonnet, Champagne Pierre Gimonnet et Fils 2017  + 2018

Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon, Champagne Louis Roederer’s Chef de Caves

Cyril Brun, Champagne Charles Heidsieck’s Chef de Caves

Guillaume Roffiaen  Nicolas Feuillatte, Chef de Cave

Nicolas Jaeger, Chef de Caves, Champagne Alfred Gratien

Anselme Selosse, Domaine Jacques Selosse

Antoine Malassagne, Champagne AR Lenoble 

Charles-Henry Fourny, Champagne Veuve Fourny

Laurent Fédou. Cellar Master. Champagne Canard-Duchêne

Bertrand Lilbert, Champagne Gilbert 

Laurent Champs, Champagne Vilmart & Cie


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