Fiacre is the Tête de Cuvée that is no longer produced.
Alexandre Chartogne is the Prince of Champagne. He's humble, whip-sharp, and intent on proving to the world that his tiny village of Merfy now deserves the praise which was once heaped upon it as far back as 853 AD.
Merfy was once among the most celebrated villages of all Champagne, with parcel names dating back 800 years. Although the wines were then still, the terroir was a beacon for greatness. Today's offer from Chartogne-Taillet features a dizzying array of wines.
Chartogne-Taillet Fiacre Brut 2010