The Grande Réserve signed Leclerc Mondet is a supple and rich champagne.
It is made from a blend of the main Champagne grape varieties: Pinot Meunier (50%), Pinot Noir (25%) and Chardonnay (25%).
This brut cuvée (10 g/l) benefited from an exceptional ageing period of 7 years (compared to 2 years for the majority of champagnes produced in the region).
This is a champagne of great complexity which highlights the age of this cuvée. It is supple, fresh and long in the mouth.
A champagne for aperitif that will delight everyone!
We also recommend serving it with freshwater fish or white meat.
Aspect: intense yellow, with fine bubbles.
Nose: notes of honey and gingerbread.
Palate: a supple attack accompanied by a range of complex aromas highlighting the age of this cuvée. One finds notes of honey and undergrowth. A hint of freshness on the finish gives it great length.
Cédric and Fabien, the Leclerc Mondet brothers, are located in the Marne Valley, west of Épernay.
There, they cultivate the three main Champagne grape varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Since 2017, all of their Chardonnays (⅓ of the estate) are certified organic. The remainder of the estate is, meanwhile, being converted.
The Leclerc Mondet family produces champagnes with very expressive and fruity notes. But the real calling card of this family-run house is those unique notes of honey and lime blossom that can only be found in their wines!