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Champagne Duval-Leroy has officially unveiled its 2002 vintage of its prestige cuvée, Femme de Champagne, in Hong Kong by its president Carol Duval-Leroy. Founded in 1859, the house today is run by Carol Duval-Leroy, who took over the family business in 1991 and has since rebranded its top cuvée to become what is known today as ‘Femme de Champagne’ as a tribute to women working in Champagne world.


The 2002 vintage is a blend of 95% Chardonnay in grand cru sites in Avize, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger and Cramant, with 5% of Pinot Noir from grand cru site in Ambonnay. The vintage has zero dosage and is released on the market after 10 years of ageing.


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