Cuvée tradition

Cuvée tradition

Mainly made up of Meunier, the majority grape variety in the Marne Valley, our cuvée Tradition logically bears the colours of the House.

Ideal accessory to your moments of conviviality, this fruity champagne will harmoniously accompany, during a meal, cold appetizers, savory-sweet dishes or fruit desserts.

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Grape varieties : Meunier / Pinot noir.
Terroir / under soil : West Vallée de la marne/ Clay-marl basements, covered with chalk composed of calcite granules and fossils of belemnites (secondary era molluscs).
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: 24 months on lees, disgorged in February 2019.
Dosage : Brut, 0,7 g/l.
Colour : Smooth effervescence, straw yellow colour.
Flavour : Nose is made around the pastry, toast, red fruits, see compotes. Notes of brown tobacco in the finish.
Palace : Fresh attack and perfect sugar-acid balance. Mouth creamy and sour mouth.
Serving temperature: Between 8 and 10° C.
When to drink it ? To drink now and until 2026.
Alcohol/Vol. : 12,5°

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Mets et moments

Apéritif, Deli meats, Fresh fruit, Fish, Party, dance party, All the meal, Red meat, Poultry




Fruity, Powerful


6 half bottles, Bottle, Magnum

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