Arizona Foothills dedicated a full story to highlight Champagne Ayala and its flagship wine, Brut Majeur. The piece celebrates the maison’s rich heritage and Chef de Cave Caroline Latrive’s emphasis on producing “Chardonnay-focused wines that deliver immediate pleasure, freshness and elegance.”
The write up speaks to Ayala’s vineyards and its incredible access to top-quality grapes. Arizona Foothills also says that Brut Majeur provides “clean, citrus flavor,” and the “complement of Pinot Meunier adds a charming touch of fruitiness and light airy quality that accompanies a variety of foods.” All in all, the publication says Brut Majeur is a terrific choice for anyone seeking a “high quality, refined, and delicious champagne without hurting your wallet.” Read the full story HEREAyala_Arizona-Foothills-12_3_20
Brut Majeur is the epitome of a non-vintage brut from a great, historic House and is the finest ambassador for the House’s freshness and elegance. A blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, coupled with extended aging in Ayala’s cellars and a low dosage, make this wine suitable for any occasion.
Ayala is one of the most exciting stories in Champagne today, almost the definition of a boutique Champagne producer. Independently owned, a small, young and dynamic team handles every step of production from grape reception to labeling in their jewel of a facility with incredible precision, crafting Chardonnay-focused wines that deliver immense pleasure, freshness, and elegance.