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“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 skilfully 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. "

  • grape varieties & provenance

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

  • Vinification

    65% base wine 2011 + 35% reserve wines (2007-2008-2009-2010) Malolactic fermentation carried out at 90% + 10% without malolactic fermentation (helps to preserve the freshness of the champagne)
    Minimum aging 42 months on lees

    Gross: 8.5g / liter

  • Tasting notes

    Appearance: A pretty pale gold color with a dynamic bead of fine bubbles.
    Nose: The nose is expressive and opens with notes of almonds, citrus fruits, hay and field flowers. A real complexity that ends up revealing notes of dried fruits.
    Palate: The attack is lively and delicate. A nice dynamism revealed by notes of grapefruit. The palate is well balanced. The dosage lets the wine live and express itself fully on acidulous, chalky notes, all with a good length.

  • Food / wine pairing

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

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