Cuvée symphonie


Cuvée symphonie

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Our Symphonie cuvée is a blend rosé, a tribute to the Meunier – major grape variety in the Marne Valley – from which this elegant champagne is made.

Companion to your moments of conviviality, this champagne will also harmoniously accompany, during a meal, cold starters, oysters or small pastries.

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Description

Grape varieties : Meunier / Coteaux champenois rouge.
 
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: 26 months on lees, disgorged in June 2018.
 
Dosage : Brut, 0,7 g/l.
Colour : Old pink color with orange reflections.
 
Flavour : Discreet nose on red fruits with a hint of minerality.
 
Palace :
 
Serving temperature: Between 8 and 10° C.
 
When to drink it ? To drink now and until 2026.
 
Alcohol/Vol. : 12,5

We remind you that alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health. Drink responsibly.

Additional information

Weight 1.76 kg
Mets et moments

Apéritif, Desserts, Fresh fruit, Oysters, Party, dance party

Gamme

Terroir

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Balanced, Fine bubbles, Finesse, Fruity, Gourmand

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Bouteille, Magnum

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