Owner noted of 5 by Larousse guide of champagne
Alain Thiénot bought his first vines in Ay and Mesnil-sur-Oger in 1976. In the decade that followed, he bought a few areas in the Bordeaux wine before going out on his own label in 1988, his first champagne . Thereafter he became the owner of the other houses in Champagne Marie Stuart in 1994, Joseph Perrier in 1998, Canard-Duchêne.
The Thiénot home is certainly not the result of a tradition of several spent decades but is an house based on the future aims to give a picture of modernity, creativity and exclusivity to the champagne. Now a renowned brand that has to its name among the great champagne houses.
The wine styles:
Full and fruity, the champagneThiénot impress with good concentration and harmony. In recent years the wines made by the cellar master Fédou Laurent won in complexity and finesse and became more precise and persistent. They gladly accompany a whole meal.
The collection is organized in two lines including: a classic range (brut, brut vintage and brut rosé) and a family line (Garance, Stanislas and Alain) whose champagnes, always from vines owned freehold, only first growths and fine wines are always vintage. The prestige cuvée of the house is called "La Vigne aux gamins" which is a plot vintage Avize after old vines, a treat for your taste buds.