Champagne Famille MOUSSÉ
Les Vignes de mon Village

  • Wine in organic approach
  • Sparkling white
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  • Champagne
Champagne Famille MOUSSÉ Les Vignes de mon Village ---- bottle 75cl

bottle 75cl: 40,42 €bottle 75cl

Son, grandson and great-grandson of winegrowers, Cédric Moussé took over the reins of the family estate in 2014 and modernised its Champagne production from top to bottom.

Nothing is left to chance in order to produce 'better' and 'better' wines: the use of synthetic pesticides and chemical weedkillers has been abandoned, eco-pasturing has been introduced, the winery is self-sufficient in electricity, natural temperature control is used in the cellar, mineral sulphur (not derived from petrochemicals) is used, less sugar is added when the wine is disgorged, the bottles are lighter and paper capsules are used, etc. A fervent advocate of Pinot Meunier, he produces deep but energetic cuvées with a delicate bubble texture. According to the Revue du Vin de France, which cites the estate for the second time in its 2024 guide, "the latest vintages are in fine form".

Les Vignes de mon Village, 100% pinot meunier, is proof that this grape variety, often regarded as 'rustic', can also produce elegant wines of astonishing depth.

To keep or to drink :
Ready to drink
Apogée :
2024-2028
Potential alcohol :
12%

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