Reverse such is the Ying and the Yang: it signs the symbiosis between two contrasting identities, Black grapes (50 %) and White grapes (50 %). Tender with its soft effervescence, rebel via its freshness, Reverse is mainly composed with reserve wines (60 %). This is the perfect master of reserve wines making and ageing that enables it to express onto aromas of white fruits and citrus. A clear and elegant wine!
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Giallo paglierino con riflessi dorati.
Intensità di profumi fruttati e agrumi, con sentori minerali in sottofondo.
Al palato è teso, ricco ed energico, con una nota sapida sensazionale e persistente per disegnare un sorso fresco e pulito.
50% Chardonnay, 50% Pinot Nero
0,75 L Standard
Perlage fine e persistente.
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Name: Jean Claude Mouzon Address: 4 rue des Perthois - Verzenay (France) Web Site: www.champagne-jean-claude-mouzon.com
The whole duality of Champagne Jean-Claude MOUZON lies in the duo of Frédérique and Cédric Lahémade, who, from two black and white grape-varieties Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, create champagnes worth their appellation Great Growth Champagne that are environment-friendly.
Champagne Jean-Claude MOUZON is before all guided by a duo, that of Frédérique and Cédric Lahémade. Fan of judo, Cédric discovers Frédérique at the dojo; she was also keen on this martial art. Rivals on the tatami, Frédérique and Cédric fall in love, turning a hand to hand fight into a heart to heart relation. By uniting, their wish to work surrounded by Nature becomes real. They both gradually join Jean-Claude on the estate and will then become the current happy makers of Jean-Claude Mouzon champagnes. Since then, they move forward little by little, together in life and in the vines too.
The name of the village of Champagne Jean-Claude MOUZON, Verzenay, means « to the North ». This Great Growth village of the Champagne area, perched on the Montagne de Reims, looks down the Vallée de la Vesle. The Mountain rising to 277 m of altitude (« Mount Sinaï ») protects the houses of the village and its vines by confining hot air.
Inheriting and running a terroir classified Great Growth implies that you show a daily interest for its quality and turn it into your champagnes. 43 small plots located in the villages of Verzenay, Verzy, Beaumont-sur-Vesle and Mailly-Champagne make up the vineyard of Champagne Jean-Claude MOUZON. Their surface enables them to do everything by themselves: luxury craftsmanship! Cédric and Frédérique watch carefully over their Great Growth grapes. They practice sustainable vine cultivation (environmental-friendly) acknowledged by the Ministry of Agriculture through the logo HVE.