Founded in 1951 by Georges Pertois, who started the production of Champagne in the Côte des Blancs region, using high quality Chardonnay grapes. Over the years, the company has continued to grow, passing from generation to generation and expanding its production of Champagne, up to the present day with a vineyard area of about 15 hectares
Pinot Noir 50%
The malolactic fermentation is generally inhibited while the aging on the fine lees continues throughout the winter. The bottles then rest sur lattes, 24 months.
Light golden yellow colour, with fine and persistent perlage. On the nose, notes of yellow-fleshed fruit emerge, such as peach and apple, accompanied by hints of white flowers, spices and mineral nuances. In the mouth, the wine is fresh and balanced, with good acidity and a fruity taste, which develops into a long and pleasantly dry finish.
It goes perfectly with raw or cooked fish dishes, such as sushi, carpaccio and tartare, but also with crustaceans and molluscs.