50% Pinot Meunier, 40% Pinot Nero and 10% Chardonnay are the vines used to make this Champagne.
The grape harvest is done and ordered by hand. The vinification is done in steel vats glazed at controlled temperature, while the wine reserve is partially preserved in oak barrels.
The pure expression of Pinot Meunier offers fruit and fullness, with finesse and elegance provided by the other accompanying vines
The perfect ripening of the grapes gives it gives spicy, iodized notes and a pleasant freshness.
A non-dosed Champagne always goes well with an aperitif with oysters and shellfish.
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Giallo paglierino con riflessi dorati.
Note di frutta secca, vaniglia, contorni fumé da grigliatura.
La beva è piena, morbida e complessa, si confermano i sentori terziari con dolci note di miele che sfumano su delicate note minerali.
Questo champagne è sempre un perfetto aperitivo, ma provatelo con qualche ostrica, e cambierete idea. Si abbina bene anche con alle nuove tendenze culinarie. Infine, ma non meno importante, un Brie de Meaux perfettamente maturo è un piacevole compagno a fine pasto.
30% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Nero, 35% Pinot Meunier
0,75 L Standard
Vinificazione in tini d'acciaio, mentre la riserva è parzialmente conservata in botti di rovere. Fermentazione malolattica non svolta.
Perlage fine e persistente.
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Name: Geoffroy Address: Ay (France) Web Site: www.champagne-geoffroy.com
The roots of the Geoffroy family date back to the 17th century. Cumièeres, a village in the heart of the Vallée de la Marne is where this line of winemakers is rooted.
The few acres of vineyards that our ancestors cultivated and handed down from generation to generation provide the link to our champagnes.
At the beginning of the 1950s Roger Geoffroy and his wife Julienne decided to take the plunge into winemaking and produced their first bottles: the Roger Geoffroy brand was born. René Geoffroy, their son, who loved the land, soon succeeded his father, who died suddenly and too young. An owner-grower to his soul, he acquired new vines, and with the help of his wife Bernadette, they developed and promoted their brand.
At the end of the 1980s. Jean-Baptiste joined the family estate. After completing his education at viticultural school, he perfected his craft working side by side with his father and his father's cousin Pierrot. In 2008, Jean-Baptiste and his wife Karine decided to relocate both the winemaking and commercial operations of Champagne Geoffoy business to Ay, to a property built in the late 19th century.