Blanc de Blancs Extra-Brut
VITICULTURE & OENOLOGY
Champagne Robert Moncuit has a long history that goes back to five generations. Alex Moncuit started the vineyard in the 1890s, but it was not until 1935 that Robert, his grandson, created his first cuvée. Since then, Robert Moncuit has continued to produce this exceptional Champagne.
Réserve Perpétuelle Blanc de Blancs Extra-Brut is made from aged vines selected over 40 years. Fermented in barrel, mature from four to five years in the bottle.
Intense gold color. On the nose, aromas of almond, hazelnut, honey and toasted bread.
Cheese, fish and seafood, sausages, nuts, foie and creams, as well as desserts.