1305 – CHAMPAGNE POMMERY BRUT ROYAL
Characteristics: The international fame of Champagne Pommery comes mainly from the widow of the same name who, having inherited the small business in 1858, imposed her low-dose champagnes on the Russian market at a time when the trend was heading to sweet wines. The brand then went its own way and achieved the success we know today. Since 2002, it has been Paul-François Vranken who has been managing Pommery champagnes, offering high-end harvests defined by a light colour, fine bubbles and an aromatic palette that tends to brioche, nuts and honey.
Description: It is a fresh, elegant, cheerful, lively, soft champagne with sugary notes, a classic in France and one of the most recognized in the world. Due to its freshness, it is a champagne especially suitable for heavier meals, in which you want to give more prominence to meats. Everything is in harmony in this champagne that never tires the palate.
Varieties: Pinot Noir 33%, Pinot Meunier 33% and Chardonnay 34%
Elaboration: The initial fermentation is kept at a low temperature (16ºC). In a cellar at a depth of 30 meters and at a very low temperature (10ºC) a particularly slow foaming occurs, forming fine and elegant bubbles. The wine goes through different rinses and meticulous transfers to separate the mothers from the wine. The expedition liqueur is made only with white wines from Grands Crus.
Designation of Origin: Champagne.
Vineyard: A blend that emphasizes the Chardonnay grape, from 40 selected villages in the Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims, the climate contributes to the vivacity and delicacy of the variety.
Graduation: 12.5% Vol. Alc
View: Pale yellow with faint green highlights.
Nose: notes of citrus and white flowers, aromas of fruit, white fruit, red fruit, citrus notes
Mouth: Elegant and cheerful. Small assertive notes of red fruits. A round, rich and delicate wine that lasts in the mouth. In short, a clean taste without dryness. A very soft wine that never decays on the palate.