Champagne Moutard Grand Cuvee
Champagne Moutard Grand Cuvee NV
The Moutards have been making wine since 1642. Francois Moutard's 21-hectare vineyard is situated in Buxeuil at the extreme south east of Champagne on the Cote des Bar, the highest region in Champagne. Pinot Noir thrives particularly well on the clay and limestone soils. Francois is one of the few growers who still grow the Arbane grape; as he also grows the Petit Meslier, he is one of the very few vignerons who can produce a Champagne - 6 Cepages – which is made up of the six allowable grape varieties: Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay, Petit Meslier and Arbane.
Aged for a minimum of three years
10 – 20 year old vines. Vines are pruned during the first fortnight of March using the Guyot method. Vineyards are then ploughed and fertilised during the winter months. Hand harvested.
Moutard Grand Cuvee is a Champagne with a Pinot Noir base and aged on the lees for at least three years. Fine, rich, developed nose with fragrances of butter, almond and brioche.
Everyday Serving Suggestion
Chilled, not iced as an aperitif or to accompany any Asian inspired vegan dish.
Country / Region / Appellation
FR / Champagne / Champagne AOC