Wine Spectator 91 points!
Moutard Champagne Grande Cuvee Brut is a sparkling wine gem carrying on a family tradition of Champagne growers/winemakers dating to 1642. The families of Champagne Moutard Diligent have been living in the village of Buxeuil since the mid 17th century, and have a long tradition of both grape growing and wine production. Located in the Côte des Bar, the vineyard soils are made up of clays and limestones, lending to rich, fruity aromas and good minerality. Champagnes are cellar-aged for at least three years for non-vintage wines and up to ten and fifteen years for vintage wines. This beautiful Champagne of 100% Pinot Noir received outstanding scores of 91 points from Wine Spectator and Tanzer, 90 from Wine Advocate, and 92+ from Jon Gilman!
Moutard Champagne Grande Cuvee Brut is bright yellow-gold in color, complex and nuanced, with fine, intense bubbles. It has a seductive bouquet of pears, grilled almonds, mineral notes and apple pie followed by rich flavors of ripe stone fruits, honey and buttered toast. This Champagne has a remarkably long, delicate finish.
Enjoy Moutard Champagne Grande Cuvee Brut as the perfect aperitif and with any epicurean meal, including desserts.