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Abelé 1757

Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut | Numbered Limited Edition

Ode to Chardonnay
Ode to Chardonnay, Abelé 1757 Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut surprises with its exceptional aromatic profile and invigorating minerality. True incarnation of the House’s style, it is sublimated by the case of a bottle with an elegant and distinguished shape.


This Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut expresses the characteristics specific to the predominant harvest year that composes it, the year 2019, sunny and warm. It remains faithful to the style of the House developed by the Cellar Master, a true ode to Chardonnay. Thus, Etienne Eteneau has taken special care in creating a selective cuvée that explores Chardonnay, the iconic grape variety of the House, to craft a Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut. A technical manual handwork of “poignettage” makes it a unique piece. This meticulous work involves a gesture of 12 “poignettages” every three months that promotes autolysis of the yeast in the bottle. These repeated and dynamic exchanges nourish the wine in aromatics, giving it incomparable richness and a bubble of rare finesse.


100% Chardonnay


4 years in chalk cellar.

Gourmand dominance at the first nose (vanilla, almond, brioche, pear, and star anise), followed by very distinct notes of white flowers. Some toasted aromas as the wine unfolds in the glass, a guarantee of beautiful maturity.

Clear and tense attack where Chardonnay unfolds and blends into a broader and more enveloping palate, achieved through interactions between the wine and yeast amplified by the “poignettage” technique. The initial flavors of apricot are expressed. Notes of pomegranate and Corinthian raisins are expressed. The finish is long and aromatic (toasted brioche) and ends with an invigorating minerality that leaves the palate clean and refreshed.


Robe of a bright and luminous gold, with silvery reflections. Bubbles are sumptuous and swirl to form a lively and spirited cord. The finest creamy mousse.

Food and wine pairings

It pairs wonderfully with the finest seafood such as scallops and langoustine.

Perfect also for tasting accompanied by Parmesan cheese. For a sweet pairing, you can serve it with pear or even almonds.

The rules of Art
The Art of collating terroirs

Imagining a champagne is above all an art: that of collating the terroirs. Faithful to the vision of its founders, Abelé 1757 selects sites with the most promising aromatic potential.

The selection
A constant supply of very high quality

To guarantee a constant supply of very high quality, Abelé 1757 has forged close links with a small circle of passionate vine-growers.

Lovers of their land
Common values of excellence, respect and loyalty

Lovers of their land, these craftsmen have long practised viticulture respectful of nature on plots sometimes as small as gardens.

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Our Champagnes


For Abelé 1757, time is an ally and an inspiration. It is an emblem. A thread stretched through the ages. It is the common denominator of all the House’s wines, combining the epochs with today.


Distinguished and energising

Brut Rosé

Delicate and fruity

Blanc de blancs

Rich and fresh

Brut Millésimé 2014

The perfect balance of maturity and freshness

Sourire de Reims rosé 2008

Seductive and flavoursome

Sourire de Reims Brut 2009

Complex and Flavoursome

Sourire de Reims Brut 2013

Rare et floral

Abelé 1757, It Takes Time

With precious echoes of the passing of time, Abelé 1757 is one of the finest names in Champagne. Faithful to the philosophy of its founders, it takes the time and the material to perfect its craft.

A creator of great Champagne wines, the House uses its artisanal know-how as a bridge between present and future. Like a fine goldsmith, its work embodies to perfection the creations imbued with finesse and precision.


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