About the Wine: Robert Moncuit's NV Blanc de Blancs is sourced from parcels of Chardonnay located in the villages of Mesnil and Oger. It is around 80% of its base vintage and 20% reserve wine from the preceding vintage. The Les Grands Blanc is the domaine's “entry” level bottling, however calling it entry level is really selling the wine short seeing how it is always comprised of fruit from Grand Cru parcels that the domaine holds in both Mesnil & Oger.
Winemaker: Pierre Amillet's vinification style is consistent across all of his wines. He uses a combination of neutral oak and stainless steel in order to preserve the minerality and focus that Chardonnay grown in chalk can have. Around 80% of this release’s base vintage was raised in used oak while only 20% of reserve wine was. The dosage is 5 grams per liter.