Cuvée cœur de vallée

Cuvée cœur de vallée

Delicate expression of the reunion of the Meunier – major grape variety in the Marne Valley – and the traditional wooden cask, this cuvée Cœur de vallée is the one-grape ambassador of the Mater & Filii House.

Champagne for connoisseur, aged in oak, this elegant and unique cuvée will harmoniously accompany, during a meal, a poultry with cream or a lamb mouse

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Grape varieties : Meunier.
Terroir / under soil : West Vallée de la marne/ Clay-marl basements, covered with with fine sand and silt.
Type of viticulture: Sustainable (reasoned) viticulture, biocontrol.
Harvest and vinification: Manual harvest, first juice exclusively (cuvée), double fermentation (alcoholic and malolactic), aging in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks.
Ageing / Disgorgement: 28 months on lees, disgorged in June 2019.
Dosage : Brut, 0,7 g/l.
Colour : Strong yellow and golden.
Flavour : Light note of woody and smoky aromas of fresh fruit. Some spicy notes (incense).
Palace : Fruity and gourmet mouth. Woody notes.
Serving temperature: Between 8 and 10° C.
When to drink it ? To drink now and until 2030. Great aging potential.
Alcohol/Vol. : 12,5°

Additional information

Weight 1.76 kg
Mets et moments

Deli meats, Foie Gras, Cheeses, All the meal, Red meat, Poultry


Limited editions


Gourmand, Powerful, Surprising


Bottle, Box of 6 bottles

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