Classic pomace made from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from Champagne.
Marc Champenois VSOP 40% VSOP is obtained from the distillation of fermented pressed grapes (Pinot Noir and Chardonnay) from the Moutard family's vineyards. A brandy with a pure nose reminiscent of honey and a warm, full and persistent taste.
A classy, slightly woody nectar. Very noble and special, which we recommend above all as an exceptional digestive.
Aged for 5 years in wood, this Marc de Champagne has a characteristic scent of pomace with subtle notes of woody rancio. Nice and round on the palate with sweet and lovely notes of vanilla and a slightly bitter note of cocoa, which contributes to the balance of the whole.
Information on the food regulation:
Designation: Spirit, Marc (pomace)
Net capacity in liters: 0.5
Alcohol content: 40% vol.
- contains: sulphites
The Moutard champagne house has been in the family for several generations since the 17th century. It is set in picturesque countryside on the sunlit slopes of the Côte des Bar, in southern Champagne. The soil of the Côte des Bar, which consists of clay and shell limestone, gives the traditional grape varieties of the area, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, particularly full and fruity aromas, which are very appreciated by connoisseurs.
All Moutard wines and champagnes are made from their own grapes or from grapes bought from friendly winemakers. So that the champagnes are perfectly mature and can be enjoyed straight away, they mature in the cellar for at least three years - with the vintage champagnes it is ten to fifteen years.
The history of the Moutards begins in 1642. Old winery books document these early activities as winemakers, on which the family tradition is based. The production of champagne is the fruit of a true tradition and each family develops its own techniques over time, which it constantly improves.
Manufacturer's address: Champagne MOUTARD Père et Fils, 6 Rue des Ponts, 10110 Buxeuil, France