Pierre Moncuit Grand Cru Rosé Non vintage Bottle 75cl Nu

    Characteristics

    Terroirs

    • Grape varieties

      Chardonnay (80%)Pinot Noir (20%)

    • Terroirs

      Côte des blancsLe Mesnil-sur-Oger

    • scale of crus

      Grand cru

    Winemaking

    • Couleur:

    • Non vintage

    • Oak aged

      Aged in vats

    • Malolactic Fermentation :

      Undergone

    • Dosage:

      Brut (between 6 and 12 gr/l)

    Tasting

    • Aromas

      FruityMineralFresh

    • Pairings

      Serve as an aperitif or at the beginning of a meal

    • Serving température

      8°C

    • Tasting window

      Tasting window20182022
      (Best)
      2028

    Description

    The Grand Cru Rosé from Pierre Moncuit is the fruit of a combination of two superb terroirs - Mesnil-sur-Oger for its Chardonnay (80%), and Ambonnay for its Pinot Noir, here made as red wine (20%).

    It is a champagne which has the signature freshness, minerality and freshness of the Côte des Blancs, lifted by a delicious touch of fruit.

    Vinified in stainless steel vats, it is then matured for 3 years in the Moncuit cellars before being presented.

    Opinion of thewine guides

    3.9 / 5(6 comments)
    15 / 20
    Bettane & Desseauve
    15 / 20
    Gault & Millau
    16 / 20
    Jancis Robinson
    15 / 20
    Revue du Vin de France
    74 / 100
    Richard Juhlin
    91 / 100
    Wine Spectator
    Format: bottle
    Terroirs: cote des blancs
    Scale: Grand Cru
    Category of champagne: champagne brut
    Malolactic fermentation: Undergone