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R. Pouillon Grande Vallée
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R. Pouillon Grande Vallée

Champagne - Extra brut - R. Pouillon
$40.81 $40.81 Tax excl.
Bottle 0.75L
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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Grape varieties
Pinot Noir 65%
Pinot Meunier 20%
Chardonnay 15%
R. Pouillon

R. Pouillon

Located in Mareuil on Aÿ, the House of Champagne ROger Pouillon was founded in 1947.

The house nowadays is run by the third generation: Fabrice Pouillon

It is a very fragmented vineyard spread over 36 parcels representing an area of 6.5 hectares. The vineyard is planted with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

The cellars are buried 15 meters deep, a unique situation very favorable to optimal aging bringing to the wines Rares and exceptional qualities.

Description R. Pouillon Grande Vallée.

A symbol of the mosaic of different pieces of vines belonging to the Pouillon family as it is a blend of wines from the crus of Avenay, Epernay, Festigny, Mareuil and Mutigny. 

It's also a blend of wines from different grape varieties, pinot noir (65%), pinot meunier (20%) and chardonnay grape (15%) to give this Extra-Brut called Grande Vallée, sous entendu Grande Vallée de la Marne where these different villages are located.

This Champagne with the character "Extra brut" is the emblematic wine of Pouillon & fils. Only 25 to 35,000 bottles are produced each year, making it Rareté.

This cuvée is made by blending the wines of the year, vinified in barrels, and the wines of Réserve, mostly aged in French oak barrels and foudres.

The wines, after bottling,  are lowered into the cellar, protected from light, at an almost constant temperature and laid on laths to age for a minimum of 18 to 24 months.

La robe is gold with amber highlights.

On the nose as well as on the palate: subtle hints of ripe fruit such as blackcurrant or black cherry, fruit paste and almond paste. In the second attack:  complementary aromas of yellow fruits such as mirabelle plum or vine peach.

The finish combines with notes of roasting and sweet spices.

Serve at around 10 to 12° C with langoustines accompanied by a mesclun salad. It will also go very well with blue lobster from the North Seas accompanied by beurre blanc.

Bottles to be stored in a cellar, lying down, protected from light and trepidation, with a hygrometric degree of around 70%.

We suggest successive tastings to measure its olfactory and gustatory evolution up to its qualitative asymptote.