February 28, 1999 Site-Specific Style A Champagne of unique origin, Clos du Mesnil offers collectors outstanding quality and proven longevity By Jim Gordon In Burgundy, it would not be unusual: a small Chardonnay vineyard planted 300 years ago, enclosed by a stone wall, producing great wines renowned for their ability to age.
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