2013 was a particularly difficult year in Champagne and contrasts with the splendid 2012 vintage. The long and rainy winter of 2013, combined with late harvests, have been damaging to the vineyards, especially in the Aube region.
Fortunately, the conditions in the Marne valley were much more favorable to the development and maturation of the Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay grapes. Mulette Corbon decided to produce its 2013 vintage based on this blending proportion (70/30%),
Mulette Corbon is a very well-balanced champagne with smoky aromas evolving towards notes of yellow fruit jelly and quince jelly.
The sugar dosage of this full-bodied vintage with fruity notes is only 6.6g/l, marking the entry of the Mulette Corbon House in the prestigious Gault & Millau guide.
When should it be served?
This vintage is a true tasting champagne and will be appreciated by all as an aperitif with friends or served during a meal with poultry in a creamy sauce.
Aspect: Fine, with lots of bubbles and a light cord of foam, yellow with amber hues.
Nose: The first aromas that are released are smoky, followed by notes of yellow fruit pastes and quince jelly.
Palate: Its freshness stands out in the mouth. The first aromas that are released are smoky, followed by notes of yellow fruit pastes and quince jelly.
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Established in 1992, Mulette Corbon champagne is a fine example of the expertise of the independent winegrowers of the Marne Valley. Mulette Corbon Champagne is more than a commercial brand, it is above all the result of the work and passion of 3 generations of winegrowers for their craft and their land.
Géraldine and Élodie, the daughters of the family, are now in charge of the property. They have been leading this 100% women-owned estate, from the cellars to the oenologist, creating the perfect conditions to mature the great champagnes of the Marne Valley.