Champagne Bergeronneau Marion - Clos des Bergeronneau

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Champagne Bergeronneau Marion - Clos des Bergeronneau 2012 1er Cru


The Clos des Bergeronneau is a single plot champagne. This cuvee owes its name to the parcel of the grapes that make it up. This 65-year-old grassy vine is surrounded by a 19th century wall. This particularity gives this vine and its grapes a typical character of the Reims mountains.

Made 100% from Pinot Meunier, this exceptional Premier Cru is blended from the 2007 harvests. It has also benefited from a minimum aging of 10 years in the cellar. This brut champagne (7 g/l), single plot and single grape variety champagne will be perfect to accompany your aperitifs.

This is truly exceptional champagne from an exceptional region.

The box contains: bottle + box + pair of scissors.

Aspect: Bright golden yellow bite. Subtle foam cord with very fine bubbles

Nose: First nose delicately brioched. Peppery notes submerged in cinnamon and candied fruits and raisins. Finish with citrus fruit flavors, lemon grapefruit

Palate: Great minerality and beautiful aromatic depth

Contains sulfites

Krister R, le 2023-11-30

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The history of the Bergeronneau Marion champagne.

The Bergeronneau family's wine-growing tradition dates back to at least 1590, year of the first references to winegrowers belonging to this Champagne family. Today it is Véronique and Florent, accompanied by their children Virginie and Fabien, who perpetuate this wine-growing tradition.

Generation after generation, the Bergeronneau Marion Champagne constantly renews itself and experiments with new techniques to further enhance the quality of its Champagne wines.

The latest development to date, the Clos des Bergeronneau, was born in 2007 from a dream to surround with walls a plot of 2.1 ha of pinot noir and pinot meunier ideally exposed on the hillside of Ville-Dommange. This isolation has resulted in an exceptional champagne and a great success for the F. Bergeronneau Marion Champagne.