Winery

Timothée Stroebel

In just a few years, Timothée Stroebel has become one of the brightest stars in the champagne-growing firmament. In the Premier Cru village of Villers-Allerand in Montagne de Reims, he produces champagnes with a strong character that are second to none.
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Character

Pour Toi Stroebel

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Floral
Like a fragrant flower meadow with notes like rose and jasmine blossoms and delicate meadow herbs.
Vegetative
Oxidative, fine-meshed
608,00 kr
810,67 kr/L

Héraclite Sous Bois Premier Cru Brut Nature 2018

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Vegetative
Mineral
Like the idea of a wet stone: sometimes cool, salty, slightly smoky and mostly a tight, grippy texture on the palate. Rather a mouthfeel than aromatics.
Fruity
Like a fruit basket of fresh fruit: From citrus to peach, apple, pear, to cherry, raspberry or plum.
Oxidative, Complex
685,00 kr
913,33 kr/L

Triptyque Brut Nature

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Fruity
Like a fruit basket of fresh fruit: From citrus to peach, apple, pear, to cherry, raspberry or plum.
Vegetative
Complex
488,00 kr
650,67 kr/L

Sparkling poetry: Timothée Stroebel makes Champagne with a strong character

Timothée Stroebel is an up-and-coming winemaker who has been shaping the champagne landscape since 2008 with his passionate dedication to producing exceptional, organically certified champagnes. His family roots go back to the 1930s, when his grandfather, originally from Alsace, established himself in the renowned village of Villers-Allerand in the Montagne de Reims and laid the foundations for an impressive Champagne tradition.

After studying oenology in Beaune, Timothée Stroebel vinified four vintages at the renowned Domaine Jérôme Billard in the Hautes-Côtes de Nuits in Burgundy and successfully launched his own business in 2008. With a profound understanding of the terroir, he continued his uncle's long transitional phase and finally achieved certification for organic champagne production in 2014.

Timothée Stroebel combines listening and sensitivity, compromise and perseverance, patience and poetry as essential components of his art

The vineyards of Domaine Stroebel, all located near Villers-Allerand, have significant differences in their soil components. Around 1.5 hectares of Meunier thrive in deep, clayey soils, while a further 0.5 hectares of the same variety take root in light, permeable sandy soils. Timothée skilfully exploited these differences by deciding to vinify the grapes separately. The grapes from clay soils give the champagne round, fleshy notes, while those from sandy soils have a straightforward style.

Fermentation and vinification take place in old oak barrels from Chassagne-Montrachet. Timothée minimises the use of sulphur and refrains from malolactic fermentation, filtration or stabilisation in order to preserve the freshness and creaminess of the final creations. Due to the long yeast ageing and experimentation, Timothée's champagnes usually also have oxidative notes. These are absolutely exceptional champagnes of the highest quality, far removed from the mass producers.