Henri Giraud champagne
Mention the word Aÿ to anyone with the slightest knowledge of Champagne and its history and you're likely to see a firm smile followed by a nostalgic tale of something about the Champagne Region. Because although an amateur wine enthusiast might not know the details, the essence of quality that backs up the history of this much beloved location is something that everyone knows about.
As you would expect of one of the top Champagne houses, the House of Henri Giraud is based in Aÿ. One of literally hundreds of villages, the vineyards have the acclaimed accolade of being Grand Cry. That's the say that this mark of excellence precedes them, and wherever they go in the World the label of the House proves their worth.
Beginning in the 17th Century, Henri Giraud's hold on the culture of Champagne is one that is steeped in fairytale tradition. Much of this is influenced by the slopes, of course – ones which are angled and established in just the right location so as to make the foundations of Champagne making absolutely ideal. Slowly, over time, the old vines have evolved off this land to experience all the pleasure of minerality found in the soil. Reaching down, they have harnessed the nutrients from the limestone layer below and brought this directly into the grapes they produce.
Last but not least, Champagne journalists consider Henri Giraud Champagne to be one of the most reputable. Thanks to some great press over the years, the whole World now knows just where to come for Champagne fermented in oak, and We Love Champagne are only too pleased to bring it to you at the best price possible.