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Champagne Année de Madame 2006

Champagne Année de Madame 2006

This Champagne has a rich bouquet and superb complexity, blending notes of lemon and honey, to reveal a full-bodied, powerful palate. Wonderful for a romantic aperitif or to
accompany a gourmet dish. Winner of the 2014 Best Sparkling Wine Trophy

60 % Chardonnay
30 % Meunier
10 % Pinot Noir

Country: France / Producer: Pierre Mignon / Vol. 0.75L / Alc. 12%

 

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CHF 38,90
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Product No.: 4013
Shipping time: 3-5 days (Ausland abweichend)
Availability:6
Weight KG: 1,300
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Champagne Année de Madame 2006

This Champagne has a rich bouquet and superb complexity, blending notes of lemon and honey, to reveal a full-bodied, powerful palate. Wonderful for a romantic aperitif or to
accompany a gourmet dish. Winner of the 2014 Best Sparkling Wine Trophy

60 % Chardonnay
30 % Meunier
10 % Pinot Noir

Country: France / Producer: Pierre Mignon / Vol. 0.75L / Alc. 12%

 

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Pierre Mignon
Maison Pierre Mignon is located in Le Breuil, an area recognized for the quality of its Pinot Meunier, in the Marne Valley. Following a long line of winegrowers, Maison Pierre Mignon has been making exceptional champagnes for five generations, in the purest respect for tradition while at the same embracing innovation. Pierre and Yveline Mignon, the current holders of this precious expertise passed down from father to son, run the family property and work in collaboration with their two children: Céline, who is responsible for export and commercial relations, and Jean-Charles, responsible for the vineyard and wines. The 16 hectare vineyard is spread over the entire Champagne region among the finest Crus in Champagne (Marne Valley, Côte des Blancs, and the Epernay region). The vines are mainly Pinot Meunier (60%), with some Chardonnay (30%) and a small quantity of Pinot Noir (10%). The nature and diversity of the terroirs enable the production of Grands Champagnes of exceptional character.

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