It is important to start by looking at the beauty of this wine, which opens itself up with a nice pale yellow colour and a stunning effect, which attracts the eye and captures it. You are quickly hypnotised by this wine that you want to discover as soon as possible.
With the aromas it releases, we have the impression to place our nose above an enormous buffet of desserts whose aromatic complexity overcomes us. In a first nose we perceive notes of dry figs, dried almonds. Then with a second nose, we find touches of almond paste, millefeuille, marshmallow, honey, whilst all the flavours blend with simplicity and elegance with lemony and dried orange notes, all punctuated by several hints of spices.
On the palate this announced softness takes shape and provides the wine with its generosity and volume. You perceive all the descriptors already identified by the nose, but everything is expressed in a silky and fat universe. Now and then, along with a little agitation, you will be surprised to discover notes of rather ripe mangoes, but also bitter orange jam associated with flavours of white vermouth, through its fresh and spicy side. The wine has a very nice length on the palate and its final remains very pleasant and marked by great freshness.
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After making a fortune in the wool industry, in 1856, Mr Pommery was in fragile health and decided to retire from business and enjoy a quiet life. His son Louis was no longer a child. Mr Pommery and his wife did not have any special plans. They simply wanted to enjoy a well-deserved retirement. But destiny had other things in store for them? Madame Pommery discovered she was expecting a child, at the age of 38. This miraculous pregnancy, more than 17 years after her first, would change their lives forever. To provide for his baby daughter, Mr Pommery decided to go back into business. But the wool industry was in crisis. However, the champagne trade was booming.
Champagne is a unique region, a unique wine, the oldest AOC in France and is only produced in the specific area delimited by law on 22 July 1927. Out of the 34,000 hectares making up our vineyards in Champagne, we have contracts on almost 2,000 hectares and we wholly own and cultivate 255 hectares using sustainable wine growing methods.
Sustainable wine growing is a collective approach operated in Champagne since 2001. It was introduced following a standard written by the ?Sustainable wine growing in Champagne? inter-professional group and vineyard self-diagnostic. Major environmental protection efforts were undertaken, in several areas, such as soil work, vine management, waste management, vine protection products, etc.
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