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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
3 Jun 2009


I can't stress enough what great value is to be found among the better growers' champagnes – those made by the people who grow the vines, as opposed to the wines blended by the big houses from grapes they buy in (and, in some cases, grow themselves). I don't mean that these growers' champagnes are necessarily cheap. If you want champagne…