Bonnet Ponson Cuvée Perpétuelle Extra Brut 1er Cru
34.70€ (Inc. VAT bot. 75 cl.) / Spain
Fermented with indigenous yeasts and aged for 9 months in stainless steel tanks (85%) and used oak barrels (15%) before blending with 40% reserve wines. Second fermentation in bottle with a minimum ageing of 4 years.
Bonnet Ponson Cuvée Perpétuelle Extra Brut 1er Cru is a champagne type wine made from 40% Pinot Noir, 30% Pinot Meunier and 30% Chardonnay classified as Premier Cru.
The grapes come from vineyards at least 35 years old in the villages of Chamery, Vrigny and Coulommes-la-Montagne in France.
The grapes come from various villages. The first fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats (85%) and oak barrels (15%) and the wine undergoes malolactic conversion. Ageing on the lees lasts 8 months before being blended with the reserve wine.
After the second fermentation it is aged in the bottle for a minimum of four years before release. It is unfiltered and has only a small dose of sulphur dioxide (35 mg/l).
Bonnet Ponson Cuvée Perpétuelle Extra Brut 1er Cru is a champagne-like sparkling wine of fine intensity, delicacy, with a fruity touch. In the mouth it shows a citrus, fruity and floral expression with discreet hints of minerality combined with a pleasant acidity.
A complex and traditional sparkling wine
Bonnet Ponson Cuvée Perpétuelle Extra Brut 1er Cru is a creamy and ripe champagne type wine, representative of the Bonnet Ponson winery.
Its elaboration, bottle ageing, elegance and incomparable taste make the difference between an ordinary champagne and a special one.
In the gastronomic field, it is ideal as an aperitif and with dishes such as bacon and macaroni and cheese with smoked gouda cheese.
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