75% Chardonnay, 25% Still Pinot Noir
Chardonnay comed from the Grand Cru holdings in Les Mesnil from vines that average 40+ years. The Pinot Noir is sourced from Grnd Cru sites in Ambonnay
Chalk based soils
All the grapes are harvested by hand
All wines are vinified in stainless steel. Wine goes through full malolactic fermentation. 75% Le Mesnil Chardonnay champagne is blended with 25% still Pinot Noir from Grand Cru vineyards in Ambonnay. 100% 2015 vintages
The non-vintage wines are all from a single vintage -- 2012 in this case -- and are aged up to 36 months on the lees. No reserve wines are used.
This blend of 75% Chardonnay from 40+ year old vines in Grand Cru of Le Mesnil and 25% Grand Cru Pinot vines from Ambonnay is on the delicate, pretty end of the Rosé Champagne spectrum. 8 gr/l dosage. Disgorgement: December 2017
The NV (2015) Brut Rosé is absolutely gorgeous. Powerful and deep in the glass, the Rosé offers a super-appealing interplay of textural richness from the year married with the tension that makes the Moncuit Champagnes so distinctive. Cranberry, strawberry, chalk mineral and floral notes are beautifully delineated in this vibrant, finely sketched Rosé from Moncuit. The presence of the 25% Pinot from Bouzy is very clearly felt in the wine's weight and resonance. Dosage is 8 grams per liter. Disgorged: December 2017.
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