|Article number:||CMF- TI2012|
Champagne from one especially good year that highlights the character of that particular harvest. The 2010 vintage has spent 50 months ageing in our cellars
Country of origin: France
Domain: Moussé Fils
Type of wine: Champagne
Classification: Champagne A.O.C.
Grapes: 95% Meunier, 5 % Pinot Noir
Fine bubbles, a persistent mousse and aromas of distilled plums and mirabelles are the hallmarks of this champagne. Very round in the mouth with suggestions of buttered brioche and the distinct notes of aged champagne, all brought to a conclusion in a long, sustained finish. A champagne at the peak of its maturity.
Clay 0/20cm, clay and sand 20/60cm, illite 60/80cm (green clay), Marne clay + 80cm (dry limestone powder). Our valley is perpendicular at the vallée de la Marne, recognized for its lands veined with green clay
Previous Vintages :
1999 (The first year) 2000, 2002, 2004, 2007,2008, 2009...As for what’s in store, we have 2011 and 2012 and 2013
Ratings (2010): International Wine Cellar ( Stephan Tanzer ) 91/100 (Cuvée 2007) Wine spectator, 91/100 (Cuvée 2007) Vinous Media, 90/100 (Cuvée 2008)
Foodpairing: A champagne to savour in good company just for the pleasure of it.