cuvée Louis Champagne Mignon-Boulard

Mignon-Boulard
Cuvée Louis

0,75L

Champagne Mignon-Boulard (Cuvée Louis)
"Irresistible charm, richness and voluptuousness, all in freshness.

Harvested at full maturity, blending completed in the press.
Matured in partial Solera on lees, free and spontaneous fermentation in oak barrels, natural clarification.
Bottled in cork staple 2016

THE VINTAGES OF THE HOUSE MIGNON-BOULARD

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Champagne Note 90

The Structure

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Freshness

Harmonious balance between the various components of acidity.

Roundness

Supple, easy-drinking champagne, the acidity doesn't clash with the palate.

Power

Generous champagne with great intensity.

Long on the palate

Champagne aromas linger on the palate.

Tasting

To the eye, a light, slightly deep yellow color and fatness without excess.

The nose is very gourmand, starting with churned butter and pan-fried apple, then evolving towards salted butter caramel. Finally, it's a farandole of desserts: frangipane and dried fruit, St Honoré, strawberries with whipped cream... After decanting, we note light truffle notes.

On the palate, the attack is frank and soft at the same time. Fluidity and fine salinity mingle with a slightly smoky acidity. Irresistibly charming, rich, voluptuous and fresh.

Composition

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Terroirs

Verzenay - Grand Cru
Brown-limestone soil

Champagne's subsoil is predominantly limestone (75%: chalk, marl and limestone). This type of subsoil favors soil drainage and the highly distinctive minerality of certain champagnes. The porosity of the chalk makes it a veritable water reservoir, supplying the vines with water.

About this house

Champagne Mignon-Boulard welcomes you to the Hameau de Tincourt (Venteuil), on the tourist route right in the heart of the Marne Valley, between Dormans and Epernay.

It was in this region with its splendid views that, in 1911, Louis and his wife Louise decided to make and market Champagne.

Today, Cyril and his wife Estelle continue the lineage, perpetuating the tradition and defending the quality of the Champagne we hold so dear.

L'Accord Parfait

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Champagne Aperitif Plate

Inputs

This champagne is ideal with foie gras, which will be carried away by its impressive length.

Champagne dinner plate

Dishes

It's a voluptuous wine that also goes well with meat dishes in sauce, such as sweetbreads in cream sauce.

Champagne cheese plate

Cheeses

As for the end of the meal, it's delicious with cheeses such as ewe's milk queso with honey and rosemary, or tomme with cumin.

Chef's word

La Taverne

Philippe, from the restaurant "La Taverne" in Solesmes, cooks only local and seasonal produce, a French cuisine to be savored if you visit these people of the North who know how to receive with a big heart.

You can taste the Champagne Mignon-Boulard in this restaurant, accompanied by dishes from the French terroir.

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