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Roundness and Freshness

Variety: 80 % Pinot Meunier, 20% Pinot Noir


Crus: Reuil, Binson-Orquigny, Châtillon sur Marne, Villers sous Châtillon, Le Breuil, Neuville sur Seine, Ludes


Vinification: 1st alcoholic fermentation only in thermoregulated vats followed by malolactic fermentation and then blending with reserve wines stored in temperature-controlled vats and tanks.


Ageing: blending of two different harvests minimum with a fraction aged in oak tanks. Ageing for 30 to 36 months in cellar.


Available capacities: half-bottle, bottle, magnum, Jeroboam


Specificities: The J. CHARPENTIER flagship cuvée, translating all the delicacy of the traditional know-how and culture. The ultimate fruity champagne.


Dosage: 5.8g/L   –   Brut

Pale and bright yellow colour with thin, crystalline, persistent and plentiful bubbles

Promising and pleasant

Flowery and delicate bouquet, with notes of fruits and spices.

This wine is fine for the aperitif. It can be served with cold fish (salmon, halibut), shellfish or a warm pâté en croute. Why not during a rustic dinner with a cold deli meat buffet.

Le Monde 2: 15.5 “opulent style, nice final freshness”


Challenges: ”full-bodied, spicy colour”


Elle: “Pleasant, strong on the palate”


Notre temps: “elegant complex, quince and dried fruits”


L’express: “balanced wines, complex noses with character”


Bronze medal at the 2016 Vignerons Indépendants contest


Le Figaro: “Nicely fruity”


Guide Hachette 2017: it gets two stars


Silver Medal at the 2017 Decanter World Wine Awards

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