Selected for its excellent value for money, the Demi-Sec Christian Naudé Tradition cuvee is a wine that seduces with its delicate and fruity aromas. This champagne will be perfect as an aperitif or served with a dessert.
The Demi-Sec Christian Naudé cuvee is a “blanc de noirs” champagne made from Pinot Meunier (70%) and Pinot Noir (30%) from the Marne Valley terroir.
This champagne is Demi-Sec, which means that it contains between 33 and 50 grams of sugar per litre compared to less than 12 grams for a raw champagne.
After the blending, this cuvee is aged in the cellar for a minimum of 3 years to perfect its aromas. A very beautiful wine to be enjoyed with delicacy.
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.
Located in the heart of the Marne Valley, Christian Naudé champagne stands out because of its constant concern for soil preservation and the quality of its grapes.
For 5 generations, this House of harvesters has been making blancs de noir champagnes from the Charly sur Marne hillsides. Harvesters since the 1980s, this House perfectly represents the know-how of Champagne's independent winegrowers.