Champagne Nominé Renard - Brut Rosé

Bettane & Desseauve : 14/20
Wine Spectator : 90/100
Gilbert & Gaillard - 2021 : Gold Medal

Nominé Renard Champagne - Brut Rosé

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The Brut Rosé Nominé Renard is a fruity and charming champagne.

This cuvee is blended from 50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Meunier. The grapes used to make this champagne come from 6 different cuvees spread over the Marne Valley, the Côte de Sézanne and the Coteaux du Petit Morin.

This champagne can be served with poultry, a dessert with red fruits or simply as an aperitif.

Champagne lovers will let this cuvee air for 5 minutes before serving it to give it some time to reveal the depth of its aromas.

Aspect: Light and golden.

Nose: Punctuated with cherry notes.

Palate: The attack is straightforward, followed by a round and silky structure. There are beautiful notes of red fruit on the nose and a spicy touch on the finish.

Gilles P, le 2019-06-18

Superbe champagne, très bon rapport qualité / prix

Lise B, le 2018-10-20

Bon champagne

Camille B, le 2018-09-25

formidable decouverte

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23,90 €

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Our prices are degressive for France

From Unit price
24 bottles 22.9 €
36 bottles 21.9 €

The story of the Nominé Renard Champagne.

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.

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