“Our Brut cuvée reflects the terroir of Champagne and its three thirds of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay.


The vineyards offer a diversity of grape varieties that we know how to skillfully exploit. We have carefully selected the best grapes to create a fine and balanced champagne. It is this know-how and these refined aromas that make Pol Couronne Brut a great champagne. "

Jean Baptiste Prevost, winemaker

Grape varieties


34% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Meunier, 31% Pinot Noir



Dosage : 8.5g / liter


65% 2011 base wine + 35% reserve wines (2007-2008-2009-2010)

Malolactic fermentation carried out at 90% (to keep the freshness

of the champagne, we do a 10% non-malolactic)

42 months ageing period on laths

Tasting notes

Eye: Pale yellow with fine bubble.

Nose: Very expressive nose with almond, citrus, hay and flowers aromas. Complexity of the nose also reveals dried fruits notes.

Palate: The mouth is vivacious and fresh in the attack, with grapefruits notes. The mouth is well balanced with a nice length with tart and chalk aromas.

Food / wine Matching

Aperitif, ravioli of prawns, risotto with green asparagus and mushrooms ...