Champagne Hervé Dubois - Brut Tradition

Champagne Hervé Dubois - Brut Tradition


First representative of the house, this fresh and fruity cuvée is typically champenoise.

This is a special occasion for this Côte des Blancs house which signs a blend of the three great Champagne grape varieties. The freshness and minerality of the Chardonnay from the Côte (50%) are combined here with the fruit and structure of the Pinots from the Marne Valley (25%) and the Reims Mountain (25%).

This aromatic richness is carried on the palate by a light Extra Brut dosage (5 g/l) which is balanced by 24 to 36 months of cellar ageing.

A lively and light champagne to be reserved for your aperitifs.


Terroir: Côte des Blancs, Marne Valley and Reims Mountain

Blend: 50% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Noir, 25% Pinot Meunier

Malolactic fermentation: partial on the Chardonnay, 100% on the Pinots

Ageing: 24 to 36 months on lees

Dosage: Extra Brut (5 g/l)

Food and wine pairing: to be appreciated as an aperitif with seafood (shrimps, oysters) or earthy dishes (ham chiffonade).

Aspect: intense straw yellow, almost golden.

Nose: notes of citrus fruit and beautiful freshness.

Palate: a lemony finish, while retaining the characteristic fruit of Pinots.

Contains sulfites

No review for this product

Give your review

This product is unavailable in your delivery country.

You can change your delivery country here:



24,90 €

Free delivery for more than 12 bottlesfrom the same winegrower.
Learn more ...

The history of champagne Hervé Dubois

South of Épernay lies the Côte des Blancs and its Chardonnay vines which have made its reputation. Hervé Dubois champagne is located in the heart of this exceptional terroir, in Avize, one of the 5 villages classified as Grand Cru in the region.

This family house grows Chardonnay, inseparable from this chalky terroir, but also Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.

The signature of the house?

A typical balance between freshness and structure that can be found in every cuvée.

Read more