Based in the village of Charly-sur-Marne, Champagne, the house of Léguillette-Romelot is run by Christine Léguillette who, along with her late husband Laurent, carried on a tradition started in 1968 with the marriage of the Léguillette and Romelot families. 

This blend is comprised of some of the rarest varietals in Champagne, with the elusive Petit Meslier leading the way at 63%, followed by 29% Pinot Blanc, 6% Chardonnay, and 2% Arbanne – another hard-to-find grape. In all, they say there are less than five hectares total in all of Champagne dedicated to Petit Meslier and Arbanne.
Pear, stone fruit lead into a palate that’s rounded but dry, with mouthwatering minerality and a nutty finish