Champagne Ayala was created in 1860 by Edmond in Ay. In 1865, Ayala became an official supplier of the British crown.
In 2005, the winery was bought by Bollinger who appointed a new cellar master: Caroline Latrive. Since then they are focusing on producing an elegant & fresh style with a low dosage.
The Brut Majeur:
The grapes come from the premier and grand cru vineyards. The style is elegant and fresh with a nose of yellow fruit and light acidity on the finish.
The Brut Nature: (My crush)
The grapes come from the premier and grand cru vineyards. The nose is more of white flowers and citrus. The effervescence is beautiful, it gives you an impression of creaminess and light mineralogy on the finish. A beautiful discovery.
Blanc de Blanc:
No oak has been used, so the wine possesses a great freshness. Aromas of white flowers and citrus. In the mouth, the wine will appear silky, elegant and light. The final has a light body finish.