The Pierson Cuvelier Champagne
The Reims Mountain stand sout in the Champagne region by the brutality of its relief. Its steep slopes offer the Pinot Noir power and nobility. Located between Reims and Epernay, the village of Louvois is nestled in this natural escarpment. It is in the heart of this mosaic of hillsides that the Pierson-Cuvelier House has been making its champagnes for three generations. .
The secrets of the House
The fruit of an entire year of hard work and passion, Pierson-Cuvelier Champagnes complete their delicate maturation at the bottom of the chalky cellars for three years.
Aging his wines in temperature-controlled vats and barrels, the producer Pierson-Cuvelier combines modern techniques and traditional heritage so that this wine from the heart of the vintage keeps all the promises of a great champagne. A member of the "Vignerons Indépendants" (Independent Winegrowers)and "Les Champagnes de Vignerons" (Winegrower’s Champagne) labels, the Pierson Cuvelier House guarantees its consumers a champagne that combines the power and fruitiness of Pinot Noir with the finesse and elegance of Chardonnay.
Furthermore, these champagnes are produced in a way that respects the soil and the environment. Pierson-Cuvelier has not used insecticides in its vines for 19 years now, practicing sustainable viticulture by limiting the use of SO as much as possible, but also by no longer using any chemical compound when cleaning its tanks. .
Which dish goes well with Pierson Cuvelier Champagne?
Ideal with a dessert or as an aperitif, Pierson-Cuvelier champagne will surprise you with its aromas of dried fruit.