Champagne Vollereaux Brut Reserve NV

Type: Sparkling Wine
Country: France
Region: Champagne
Grape Variety: Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
Viticulture: HVE Level 3

Climate: Dual climate subject to both continental and oceanic influences
Terroir: The orientation of the vineyards gives the vines maximum sun exposure throughout the year. The soil has a constant moisture level thanks to its clay-limestone content. It retains the sun’s heat, enabling the full expression of the varietals. 29 years old vines grown on clay and limestone soil
Winemaking: Aged 4 years on lees

Color: Extremely bright, light yellow
Nose: The bouquet offers aromas of white-fleshed fruit and honey, followed by notes of ripeness and apricot
Palate: The supple, creamy mouthfeel is pleasantly dense

About the Winery:
Founded in 1805, Champagne Vollereaux now owns nearly 40 hectares (100 acres) covering 13 villages of Coteaux Sud d’Epernay in the Marne Valley of Champagne. This includes Pierry, a Premier Cru classified village.

Represented by Helene and Franck Vollereaux, the 6th generation continues a two-century-old legacy of family ownership and management. Frank is the winemaker, Helene manages tourism, and their uncle, Jean-Marie Vollereaux, is the vineyard manager.

Concerned to the environmental issues of today and tomorrow, and the well-being of their consumers, the family is committed to thoughtful stewardship of its vineyards, and remaining a family-owned company.