Millésime d'Or 1943 75cl
This collection and its history are dedicated to connoisseurs, lovers of great wines and beautiful emotions, and both to aesthetes, to explorers of style, those who created legends and good taste, in the world of beautiful things that enchant life.
The Millésimes d’Or collection tells the story of a century of champagne. The Pommery and Heidsieck & C° Monopole champagnes make up the largest part from the collection.
In 1943, the average yield per hectare shows an average of 5000 KG/HA.
This year, the vegetative cycle was characterized by a difficult "flower", indicating cold and wet weather in June. The consequences were coulure, non-formation of the fruit and millerandage, non-development of the fruit. All in very large proportion.
The 1943 harvest began on September 15, a date which for champagne is early and means that August and September were very beautiful. The 1943 is cited as a rather full-bodied, round wine with an exceptional bouquet.
The Juggler is a painting by Marc Chagall in 1943. This oil on canvas mainly represents a character with a human body and the head of a bird holding a mechanical clock on his outstretched right arm.
January 14, 1943
On January 14, 1943, Churchill, De Gaulle, Roosevel and Giraud meet at the secret conference in Casablanca.
July 26, 1943
Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger was born on July 26, 1943.
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