Robert Moncuit, "Les Romarines" Rose Grand Cru Extra Brut, Champagne AOC
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Reviews of purchase Robert Moncuit, "Les Romarines" Rose Grand Cru Extra Brut, Champagne AOC
Champagne has a rich golden color with an even, abundant perlyage.
The rich taste of champagne is represented by motifs of hazelnut, apricot, tropical fruits, citrus and brioche. The picture is complemented by a balanced acidity and fresh mineral nuances in the aftertaste.
Motifs of wheat toast, almonds, hazelnuts and honey are intertwined in the magnificent aroma of champagne.
Champagne is recommended to be served with seafood, fish dishes, foie gras, nuts and light desserts.
Robert Moncuit, "Reserve Perpetuelle" Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru Extra Brut, Champagne AOC is a single-grape dry white champagne produced in the heart of the Champagne appellation. Chardonnay batches harvested from Grand Cru sites with vines aged 40 years are vinified in separate barrels, and then mixed with a dosage liqueur and bottled, where the wine is saturated with carbon dioxide and develops a harmonious, deep taste and aroma for 4-5 years ...
Robert Moncuit is a French family winery with over a century of history. It is located in Le Mesnil-sur-Auger, where Alex Monqui planted vines in 1889. The first cuvées of them were obtained by Robert, Alex's grandson, only in 1935. Since then, the estate has been producing exceptional sparkling wines that are famous all over the world. The volume of wines produced is limited and amounts to 60,000 liters per year.
After the death of Robert Monqui in 1987, his children, Françoise and Pierre Amille, took over the management of the company. They create elite champagnes from grapes from an area of 8 hectares of the Grand Cru category, fully occupied by Chardonnay grapes. The vines are processed without the use of pesticides, the harvest is carried out manually, and each batch is vinified separately, after which the wines are collected in exclusive blends.