Champagne critic Peter Liem describes Champagne Marc Hébrart best. "Hébrart’s wines have a broad appeal. If you like to think about your wines, they’re intellectually engaging enough to satisfy you; on the other hand, if you’re just looking to drink, they’re simply delicious. The wines are full and generous without being weighty, yet complex and soil-driven without being demanding. Overall, the entire range is of consistently high quality, and represents excellent value for the money.” This outstanding Champagne house had been producing estate bottled wines since 1964 and joined the Club Trésors in 1985. Jean-Paul, Marc Hébrart's son, has slowly developed the estate in the last 20 years to one of the very finest grower estates in the Marne. The basis for these outstanding wines are the privileged holdings in Aÿ, including the newly purchased plots in Le Léon, Mareuil-sur-Aÿ, and Dizy in the Grande Vallée as well as Avize, Oiry and Chouilly in the Côte and recently acquired vineyards in Louvois in the Montagne. This special bottling comes from their favorite parcels in Mareuil, and is intended as a tribute to its terroir. It has a truly noble Pinot Noir fragrance, leading to an utter masterpiece of weightless concentration, as huge and yet as penetrable as a cumulous cloud. It offers gingery spice and top notes of chalk, similar to the great wines of Chablis.