This independent Champagne House was founded in 1874 and has remained in the family for 5 generations. All their vineyards are Premier Cru located in the typical chalk soil of the Montagne de Reims. Only the first and best juice is used for all their cuvees.
The Rosé Vieilles Vignes is aged for 3 years and uses an equal blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. 50% of Reserve wine are used in the blend to create an elegant and complex Champagne with a aromas of crushed strawberries and cherries and notes of almond and cocoa. Received 91 points from Wine & Spirits Magazine in January 2021
Meet the Producer: Frederique Poret-Dumenil, Duménil
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A savoury, saline, peachy nose with red berries and yeast. A dry, saline, layered palate; this is good value.- The Sommelier Wine Awards 2019