Champagne Marchal Degesne – Trilogie Brut 1er cru

Champagne Marchal Degesne - Trilogie Brut 1er cru

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The Trilogie cuvée by Marchal Degesne is a fresh and greedy champagne, the ideal companion for your aperitifs.


This brut cuvée (7.5 g/l) results from a blend of the three main Champagne grape varieties: Pinot Meunier (40%), Pinot Noir (35%) and Chardonnay (25%).

It is a champagne with a lively and golden structure, carried by the slightly candied fruit, synonymous with a perfect maturity after 42 months of ageing. The fresh and mineral mouthfeel adds to the overall impression and gives this champagne the typical finesse of Reims Mountain.


An aperitif classic distinguished by its greediness!

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Region: Reims Mountain

Grape variety: 40% Meunier, 35% Pinot Noir, 25% Chardonnay

Ageing: 42 months

Dosage: 7.5 g/l

Food and wine pairing: White meats in sauce, mature cheeses or hake and red mullet will flourish with Machal Degesne's Trilogie Brut 1er cru.

Aspect: A golden yellow colour with golden reflections.

Nose: A greedy scent of white and yellow fruits, slightly candied. Freshness and ripeness of the grapes are present.

Palate: Structure and richness in the mouth, complementing the salinity.

Contains sulfites

Customer comments (4): 4.8/5

Salvatore C, le 2024-04-02

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About Champagne Marchal Degesne

Marchal Degesne Champagne has been established in the vineyards of the Champagne region, in Sacy, in the heart of the small Reims Mountain, for over 100 years.

Quentin and Catherine perpetuate the family tradition by working the vines of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay in 100% Premier Cru.


The house style? A long ageing period of at least 4 years, extending to 10 years for vintage champagnes.



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