Champagne Lombard - Brut Nature "Mesnil sur Oger"

Gault & Millau : 17,5/20
Guide Hachette : 3 étoiles
Jancis Robinson : 16,5/20
Essi Avellan : 90/100

Champagne Lombard - Brut Nature "Mesnil sur Oger" Grand Cru


This Brut Nature is a champagne of incredible freshness and finesse!

This champagne is made from grapes from one of the most emblematic villages of the Côte des Blancs. The wines of Mesnil-sur-Oger are remarkable for their great tension. The Chardonnays, of unequalled purity, are particularly marked by a "Pierre à fusil" minerality and lime aromas.

The purity of the Mesnil-sur-Oger terroir has been preserved through stainless steel maturation. This Brut Nature champagne is an unclaimed vintage, only the wines of the year have been used.

The cellar master has chosen to block malolactic fermentation completely in order to highlight the tension and natural energy of the wine.

This Brut Nature Grand Cru has been aged for 4 to 5 years in the cellars of the House before being offered to you. This ageing time has allowed this champagne to be tamed by rounding its aromas and developing its complexity.

A vintage which will find its place at the time of your most beautiful aperitifs!

Aspect: a delicate string of fine bubbles.

Nose: an explosion of freshness and minerality.

Palate: magnificent acidity and great purity on the palate, allowing the mineral potential of its terroir to express itself.

Contains sulfites

Piotr K, le 2024-04-19

Myriam B, le 2022-09-09

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About champagne Lombard

This family-run champagne house is a subtle blend of trade and winemaking philosophy..

Based in Épernay, it produces a range of champagnes that honours the diversity and quality of the Champagne terroirs.

Since his arrival at the estate in 2017, Thomas Lombard has been promoting a new vision of the trade, closer to the winegrowers and enhancing their work through single-crop and plot-based champagnes.

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