Champagne Sourdet Diot - Prestige

Mondial de Bruxelles 2023 : Gold medal
Hachette Wine Guide 2023 : ★ ★
Concours des Vignerons Indépendants 2018 : Silver Medal

Sourdet Diot Champagne - Prestige


This Sourdet-Diot Champagne Prestige cuvee will surprise you with its complexity and remarkable finesse.

The Sourdet-Diot Prestige cuvee, the result of a secret know-how, is a blend of 50% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Meunier and 20% Pinot Noir.

It should be noted that this cuvee is exclusively composed of a selection of first juices.

An extraordinary producer’s Champagne.

Aspect: light golden, with fine strings of bubbles.

Nose: white flowers, lemon and anise mingle on the nose, giving a particularly fresh and lively style.

Palate: the fine effervescence underlines the delicacy of Chardonnay. The finely spicy notes at the end of the mouth are reminiscent of the long aging on fine lees experienced by this wine. Great elegance and endowed with a particularly expressive minerality.

Contains sulfites

Géraldine L, le 2018-05-15

Excellent champagne, pas acide ni bouchonné !

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About the Sourdet Diot Champagne.

The first vines of House Sourdet Diot were planted nearly 60 years ago by Raymond Sourdet. At that time, the family sold all their grapes to the Veuve Clicquot Champagne. Little by little, the family estate expanded and equipped itself with a vat room and a traditional wine press to produce its own Champagne. Since 1990, the entire production is kept and elaborated in the family winery.

The House is located in the Marne Valley and cultivates the three great Champagne grape varieties of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. These grape varieties are used during the elaboration process to make blended Champagnes.

A member of the independent winegrowers' union, the Sourdet Diot Champagne is proud to contribute to the development of the Champagne region and its traditions.