Champagne Tradition

Féminalise 2021 : Gold Medal
Vignerons indépendants 2020 : Silver Medal
Concours général agricole Paris 2019 : Gold Medal

Champagne Christian Naudé - Tradition (Magnum)


The Christian Naudé's Tradition cuvee is a balanced wine that will seduce you with its fruity aromas. This champagne is perfect to serve as an aperitif or as a wine of honor.

The Tradition Brut cuvee is made with 80% Pinot Meunier and 20% Pinot Noir.

All the wines making up this “Blanc de Noirs” Champagne come from the Marne Valley terroir where the Christian Naudé House is located. The estate's vines are cultivated according to principles of sustainable viticulture.

The Christian Naudé Tradition cuvee is aged in the cellar for a minimum period of 3 years before disgorging a guarantee of quality.

Selected for its excellent value for money, the Christian Naudé Tradtion cuvee has won numerous awards, including a silver medal at the 2019 edition of the independent Champagne winegrowers' competition.

A marvelous Magnum of winegrower's champagne !

Aspect: Pale yellow color, slight golden reflections. Regular and persistent effervescence which holds well.

Nose: Fruity notes of stone fruits (sloe, yellow plum) and stewed fruits as well as subtle hints of boxwood.

Palate: Harmony and balance where the aromas of the nose match those in the mouth. A fine dosage. Pleasant finishing notes of boxwood and chervil.

Contains sulfites

Arnaud P, le 2022-11-25

Très bon rapport qualité/prix.

Arnaud P, le 2022-11-25

Très bon rapport qualité/prix.

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About the Christian Naudé champagne.

Christian Naudé Champagne is a family affair above all. Five generations have succeeded each other in the vineyards of this Marne Valley House.

40 years ago, the House produced its Champagne in a cooperative. The grapes harvested from the vines of many Houses of the region were thus pooled and blended to create a Champagne common to all winegrowers.

In the 1980s, the family decided, to equip themselves with the necessary tools to produce their own Champagne after recognizing the specificities of each parcel of vines on their estate.

Christian Naudé Champagnes are the fruit of all this hard work and are nowadays distinguished by the strength of their aromas.