Seeing as we are getting deep into the festive season, this week we begin a three-part deep-dive interview with Guillaume Roffiaen, Chief of Vines and Wines, at the relatively nascent (born: 1976) Champagne house of Nicolas Feuillatte.

In Part One, we explore the history of the Feuillatte co-operative, the house’s forward-thinking philosophies, and the impact of global heating upon the wines of Champagne, particularly those overseen by Guillaume. Trust me, this fellow knows his stuff when it comes to the intricacies of Champagne production, and there’s a lot to take away here.

The Nicolas Feuillatte NV Brut Réserve Exclusive is currently available at the LCBO for a LTO (Limited Time Offer) of $56.05, saving you a nice $5 until the end of December. Just the thing to celebrate the holidays and/or ring in the New Year.

And if you’d like to step it up even more, their 2015 Blanc de Noirs can be found at a number of Ontario stores for an extremely reasonable $92; that’s some serious value for a vintage Champagne of this quality.

Look out for Parts Two and Three in the coming weeks leading up to the holidays.




Nicolas Feuillatte are represented in Ontario by Dionysus Wines and Spirits.

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