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Vines Chardonnay ( %)
Bubbles Blanc de Blancs

Color: Bright straw yellow, fine and persistent perlage.
Smell: The nose is elegant and complex, intensely mineral, notes of dried fruit, ripe yellow fruit and candied fruit, citrus, notes of brioche.
Taste: On the palate it has a good structure, intense, balanced and armonic. Persistent fresh and mineral finish.
Food pairing: Perfect for fish and shellfish dishes, seafood and semi-aged cheeses.

Pierre Gimonnet & Fils

In the beginning, the Gimonnets were wine producers in Cuis and handed over their crops to the Champagne merchants. They were "farmers and winegrowers", ancestors who produce wine for their personal consumption. But it was during the period between the two wars that the house winemaking activity really began. The economic depression of 1929 marked the end of grape sales to the trader who could not offer decent prices. Since 1955, our father, Michel Gimonnet, son of Pierre (the founder), joined the family farm and revolutionized winemaking. His passion and his scientific spirit made him a precursor in the vinification in small stainless steel tanks, to guarantee respect for each origin, traceability and precise knowledge of each cru. He knew how unique the family vineyard was, and his peasant good sense drove him to make champagne with a soul that obviously came from the land. The company still owns this peasant soul and they are convinced that being the owner of their own vineyard is the envied condition to better dominate the production of its wines. They describe themselves as owners, but above all and always wine growers who know exactly all the plots, if not all of our vines, their ability to produce this or that typicality. The perfect knowledge of their vines, the know-how passed on from previous generations, the cure for perfection and the continuous questions facing climate change have been the secret of the regularity of the house wines for decades.

Classic Method

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