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Roger Coulon Heri Hodie

Champagne - Extra brut - Premier Cru - Blanc de noirs - Roger Coulon

A wine with fresh notes of yellow fruit to be enjoyed as an aperitif.


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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Pinot Meunier 100%
Roger Coulon

Roger Coulon

House Roger Coulon is located north of Montagne de Reims in the village of Vrigny, and is the result of a long family history dating back to 1806

Isabelle and Eric Coulon are today at the helm of Domaine, accompanied by their children Edgar and Louise who represent the ninth generation. A vineyard that has always been run with enthusiasm and passion in the deepest respect for the land and the vines, giving birth to Champagnes resolutely apart.

An exceptional terroir combined with great expertise

House Roger Coulon is located on the village of Vrigny in Premier Cru north of Montagne de Reims. The vineyard has grown to 10 hectares of vines, which have been farmed using organic methods since 2022, as well as Agroforestry. In fact, the Coulon family takes to heart the pRéserver ecosystem reigning within their vineyards and the self-sufficiency of the soil that makes such harmony possible. Each grape variety flourishes here, including of course Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.

When it comes to vinification, the wines are made without chemical inputs, and are neither filtered nor fined. Maison Roger Coulon is currently validating a historic approach for the Champagne region, that of managing a vineyard in Premier Cru exclusively in a natural way.

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Description Roger Coulon Heri Hodie.

Blend of Meuniers (90%) from Premier Cru villages located on the Montagne de Reims between 120 and 150 m altitude, on moderate slopes (between 5 and 15°) facing East.

10 % of the maturing is done in small Champagne barrels or 1/2 muids during 10 months on whole lees. 90 % of the reserve wines come from the perpetual reserve of Meuniers since 1995 raised in stainless steel tanks.

The ageing lasts for a minimum of 3 years in the underground cellars of the Domaine and then ideally rested for 6 months before being marketed.

It is a champagne with fine and delicate bubbles whose aromas of fresh mango, dried apricots and subtle vanilla pastry notes are jostled. A nice tension and spicy aromas envelop the palate.

To be enjoyed as an aperitif with appetizers, fish terrine, shellfish