The dessert cuvee is a Grand Cru champagne full of roundness. This Demi-Sec champagne, i. e. with a higher sugar concentration, will do wonders to accompany your desserts and gourmet desires.
The high proportion of Chardonnay in this cuvee (80%), completed by Pinot Noir (20%), makes it a fine, fresh and slightly fruity champagne.
A sign of quality, the wines used to make this cuvee are aged for at least 36 months in the cellar.
A great cuvee representative of the Champagne winegrowers’ know-how.
Aspect: The dense and creamy foam announces a concentrated wine
Nose: The nose exhales aromas of honey, plum, quince, pear compote.
Palate: The sweetness of the attack is invigorated by a fine and incisive bubble
Located in the heart of the Côte des Blancs, the most prestigious of Champagne's terroirs, the Simart Moreau House was founded in the 1970s by the grandparents of the current owner, Jean-Philippe Simart.
Today, Simart Moreau champagne grows on 4.7 hectares of vines spread out near Epernay. The vines are mainly composed of chardonnay, the emblematic white grape variety of Champagne. Assisted by his father, Jean-Philippe Simart ensures the daily caring and balancing of the family Grand Cru vineyard, the highest distinction and qualitative recognition of Champagne.