Famille Moussé | Champagne | France Champagne Famille Moussé | Les Vignes de Mon Village Mathusalem | Brut Nature | Champagne A.O.C. (100% Meunier tiré liège) | 0g/l)

Article number: mousv dmv 600
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This perpetual blend is a 100% Meunier bottled and aged with a cork, with grapes coming exclusively from the village of Cuisles. It is a blend of years between 2014 and 2020.

Before the arrival of this zero dosage non-vintage, only “Les Fortes Terres” was a 100% Meunier. The idea behind this Champagne is to create an exceptional corked cuvée, accessible to all. It is also a tribute to Jean-Marc Moussé, who’s been the mayor of his village for 25 years, and a lover of the Meunier grape.

Country of origin: France

Region: Champagne

Domain: Famille Moussé

Type of wine: Champagne 

Classification: A.O.C.

Grapes: 100% Pinot Meunier


  • Grapes hand-picked in market gardening crates
  • Malolactic fermentation
  • Micro-vinification in reduction in small stainless steel tanks
  • Bottling and ageing with a cork
  • Use of homemade mine sulfur: < 10 mg/l H2SO4
  • Zero dosage: 0 g/l


20 months in average

Vintage: N/A

Biological: Organic


 A sustained stream of tiny bubbles immediately appeal to the eye.

Or Tradition is full of fruit on the nose, generous in the mouth and long on the finish: a champagne that delivers quality from start to finish.

Terroir The grapes for this champagne come from 4 villages: Cuisles, Jonquery, Châtillon sur Marne, and Vandière

Plot: in the village of Cuisles - Only soils composed of green clays over limestone marls.

Ratings: International Wine Cellar (Stephen Tanzer), 91/100

Foodpairing: This 100% Meunier is the perfect gastronomic Champagne. To fully express itself, it shouldn’t be decanted, but served in white wine glasses only 5 minutes before tasting; the oxygenation is then more gentle. The recommended pairing is any white meat without sauce or simply with salty puff pastries.

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