Tradition BrutTradition
Brut
Tradition Demi-secTradition
Demi-sec
Cuvée de RéserveCuvée
de Réserve

Réserve Extra BrutRéserve
Extra Brut
Blanc de ChardonnayBlanc de
Chardonnay
Cuvée RubisCuvée
Rubis

Cuvée 19ème Siècle19th Century
Cuvée
Cuvée MillésimeCuvée
Millésime

Tradition Brut

Tradition Brut

This champagne has a beautiful pale yellow colour. Floral notes, hawthorn, mixed with fresh white fruit, pear, apple and a few notes of angelica, blackcurrant, and redcurrant to express freshness.

One can immediately taste the youthful flavour of this wine despite its full-bodied character. Pear and ripe white peach flavours are married with blood orange and grapefruit until the fairly long-drawn-out finish.

This easy-drinking Champagne can be a pleasant accompaniment to your aperitif but also goes well with white fish or oysters from the Thau lagoon.

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Tradition Demi-Sec

Tradition Demi-Sec

This champagne has a beautiful pale yellow colour. Floral notes, hawthorn, mixed with fresh white fruit, pear, apple and a few notes of angelica, blackcurrant, and redcurrant to express freshness.

One can immediately taste the youthful flavour of this wine despite its full-bodied character. Pear and ripe white peach flavours are married with blood orange and grapefruit until the fairly long-drawn-out finish.

This easy-drinking Champagne can be a pleasant accompaniment to your aperitif but also goes well with white fish or oysters from the Thau lagoon.

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Cuvée Réserve

Cuvée Réserve

Adorned with a pale golden colour, this champagne reveals a nose of white peach, hawthorn, medlar, ripe pear, and orange peel.

It has a creamy mouth-feel with notes of candied angelica, pear, white pepper, and vine peach.

This aperitif Champagne is a pleasant accompaniment to asparagus, flat fish or white meat in sauce.

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Vieilles vignes

Réserve Extra Brut

This champagne unfolds in a beautiful yellow or pale gold. Many fine bubbles play in the light.

Marshmallows and candied citron associated with apple and pineapple greet the taster. The deliberately low dosage produces a vinous and tense mouth-feel with an echo of fresh white fruit and citrus notes.

This "wine" champagne intended as a dinner aperitif can also accompany raw shellfish or washed rind cheese such as Soumaintrain or Langres.

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Blanc de Chardonnay

Blanc de Chardonnay

This champagne has a pretty, pale yellow, colour with green highlights. Multiple streams of bubbles ultimately join into a fine persistent string.

The nose is elegant and delicate with notes of white flowers, citrus, and white fruits with a subtle hint of vanilla. The mouth-feel is in harmony with the nose, delicate and elegant with white fruits, apple, and pear. The finish is very long with a mixture of minerals and citrus.

This light champagne can be served as an aperitif but also with a lobster or a carpaccio de Saint Jacques.

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Cuvée Rubis

Cuvée Rubis

This rosé de saignée is a pretty coral pink. A love of food goes well with this champagne. The nose titillates the nostrils with raspberry and wild strawberry.

A few notes of nectarine and blood orange bring subtlety and freshness. The mouth-feel is full-bodied, in harmony with the nose with a fresh fruit finish. The dosage combines generosity with the freshness of raspberry and cherry.

This refreshing rosé champagne can be served as an aperitif but also as a dessert with berries or a raspberry sorbet.

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Cuvée 19ème Siècle

19th Century Cuvée

This champagne is a beautiful golden yellow. Delicacy, lightness and complexity characterize this champagne of character and spirit. Notes of white flowers, acacia honey and vanilla mingle with citrus.

Given time to breathe, it acquires buttery and smoky notes that bring complexity. The mouth is delicate and elegant on a background of citrus and white fruits. A few notes of vanilla and wood provide a nice structure, harmoniously lining the palate.

To be enjoyed alone as an aperitif with friends at 9-10 °C with toast and Burgundy truffle butter or with goat's cheese.

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Millésime

Cuvée Vintage 2010

This Champagne is dressed in a beautiful light straw yellow. Its delicacy welcomes the taster, as acacia honey mixes with fresh almonds, hazelnuts. marzipan and praline. Given time to breathe, ripe notes citrus emerge, associated with flowers and lemon trees with a slight touch of menthol.

The mouth-feel is typical of 2009 with its roundness and bonhomie. The mouth-feel is full-bodied with white peach and apple, and then continues with long ripe citrus notes.

This complex and generous champagne accompanies appetizers and goes beautifully with the lobster à l'armoricaine or carpaccio de Saint Jacques.

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