The Brut Nominé Renard cuvee is a champagne blend made from Chardonnay (40%), Pinot Noir (30%) and Pinot Meunier (30%).
The grapes used to make this cuvee come from 4 different terroirs: Côte des Blancs, Marne Valley, Côte de Sézanne and Villevenard. This cuvee diversity gives the Brut Nominé cuvee a great typicity.
This cuvee is aged for 36 months in the cellar.
Fine and elegant, this winegrower's champagne is an ideal companion for your aperitifs.
Aspect: Clear and bright
Nose: Elegant, very delicate, a cuvee with notes of white flowers and citrus fruits.
Palate: Clear and clean attack, then a mineral and elegant palate
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The Nominé Renard Champagne was created in 1960 by the grandfather of the current winegrower. Representing the third generation of winegrowers of the Nominé family, Simon now cultivates the family estate in accordance with the Champagne tradition.
A rare feature of Champagne, the Nominé Renard champagne estate extends over several terroirs. This diversity of its soils, combined with the cultivation of 3 different grape varieties, make the Nominé Renard Champagne one of the most typical wines of the region. The unique aromas of the grapes produced in the family's vineyards are also enhanced by the voluntary productivity restriction of the vine, a sign of environmentally friendly viticulture.
The Blanc de Blancs cuvee by the Nominé Renard House is a single varietal Blanc de...
Robert Parker 2014:90 points Wine enthusiast 2014:89 points Gilbert et Gaillard – 2017:Gold Medal Bettane et Desseauve - Prix Plaisir 2018:Gold Medal Feminalise 2018:Silver Medal