Moutard Méthode Traditionelle Brut Blanc de Blanc is a white gold colour with abundant and fine bubbles. Aromas of citrus fruits, white flowers and minerality make this a very well balanced and versatile sparkling wine.
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Champagne Moutard is a traditional family run business situated in the picturesque village of Buxeuil. The vineyards are located in the southern part of Champagne, on the sunny slopes of the Cotes des Bar. Very old cellar books relate their activity as vine growers back to the 17th century. Their Champagnes are made from their own grapes and the grapes that they buy in from friends who are also vine growers.
For the Méthode Traditionelle Méthode Traditionelle Brut Blanc de Blanc, Chardonnay grapes sourced from various French regions - mainly Burgundy - are crushed in a traditional press. The first fermentation takes place in a stainless steel temperature controlled tank at 18°C, the still wine is then bottled in May and the secondary fermentation takes place in the bottle according to the Méthode Champenoise. The wine is aged for a minimum of a year, after which time the bottles are riddled.