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Pommery

Pommery Brut Rose Royal

In 1858, Madame Pommery took over as head of Pommery & Greno after the death of her husband. She based the expansion of her House on the creation of wines unlike any others, with one constant demand: quality pushed to the extreme. In matters of taste she was ahead of her time. It was she who created Pommery Nature in 1874, the first brut champagne to meet with commercial success, thereby breaking with the tradition of very sweet wine. A woman in a man’s world, she imprinted her personality on her champagnes. This rose champagne is delicate pale pink in colour with slight tones of salmon. The nose has aromas of small red berries suggesting roundness and softness enhanced by a fine freshness in a world of distinction. Very subtle rosé character across the palate - supple and finely robust with and appealing freshness and liveliness.

Pommery Brut Royal Tin Tower Estate

In 1858, Madame Pommery took over as head of Pommery & Greno after the death of her husband. She based the expansion of her House on the creation of wines unlike any others, with one constant demand: quality pushed to the extreme. In matters of taste she was ahead of her time. It was she who created Pommery Nature in 1874, the first brut champagne to meet with commercial success, thereby breaking with the tradition of very sweet wine. A woman in a man’s world, she imprinted her personality on her champagnes. Champagne Pommery Brut Royal is the essence of the Pommery style- finesse, fresh, and liveliness, fresh. Produced with fruit from 40 selected villages in the Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims and other areas in the Champagne region where the liveliness and delicacy of the chardonnay grape is enhanced by the climate. This champagne is a plate yellow colour with light green highlights. The nose is delicate but generous, lively, fresh, and fine. The palate small assertive notes of red fruits. A delicate, rich, and rounded wine left lingering in the mouth. A clear taste with no dryness.

Pommery Brut Royal

In 1858, Madame Pommery took over as head of Pommery & Greno after the death of her husband. She based the expansion of her House on the creation of wines unlike any others, with one constant demand: quality pushed to the extreme. In matters of taste she was ahead of her time. It was she who created Pommery Nature in 1874, the first brut champagne to meet with commercial success, thereby breaking with the tradition of very sweet wine. A woman in a man’s world, she imprinted her personality on her champagnes. Champagne Pommery Brut Royal is the essence of the Pommery style- finesse, fresh, and liveliness, fresh. Produced with fruit from 40 selected villages in the Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims and other areas in the Champagne region where the liveliness and delicacy of the chardonnay grape is enhanced by the climate. This champagne is a plate yellow colour with light green highlights. The nose is delicate but generous, lively, fresh, and fine. The palate small assertive notes of red fruits. A delicate, rich, and rounded wine left lingering in the mouth. A clear taste with no dryness.

Pommery Grand Cru Royal Millesime

Product Description: Pale gold with delicate golden hues, signs of elegance and maturity. Exceptional brilliance. Very fine effervescence. Remarkably elegant, the first nose is discreet and very fresh. The first notes are floral and sweet, reminiscent of honeysuckle and acacia flower. As the wine opens up, it reveals fruitier nuances of dried figs and also frangipane. The Pinot Noir asserts itself after a few seconds with aromas of violet and blueberry. Very straight and exceptionally mineral, the structure of the wine is velvety, reminiscent of Champagne chalk. The balance is perfect. Notes of lime blossom and flaked almonds mingle with the fig aromas detected on the nose. A sign of great maturity after more than twelve years of ageing in the cellars, hints of toasted bread add complexity to this cuvee. The finish is a perfect balance between tension and gourmandize through a dash of pink grapefruit. It was a must for Pommery not to miss out on one of the greatest vintages of champagne. 2009 is a worth vintage indeed. After a difficult summer, nature succeeded in aligning its stars and allowed us to have an exceptional harvest. Sourced exclusively from grands crus, with exceptional ageing potential, slowly brought to maturity in the freshness of our 18 kilometres of galleries, it is necessary to wait to taste a Pommery vintage at its optimum: the precise moment when all the components are in harmony and when maturity, freshness and complexity come together. The moment is now for the 2009 vintage. Maker: In 1858, Madame Pommery took over as head of Pommery & Greno after the death of her husband. She based the expansion of her House on the creation of wines unlike any others, with one constant demand: quality pushed to the extreme. In matters of taste she was ahead of her time. It was she who created Pommery Nature in 1874, the first brut champagne to meet with commercial success, thereby breaking with the tradition of very sweet wine. A woman in a man’s world, she imprinted her personality on her champagnes. Vineyard: Champagne Pommery is made of grapes from the 300 hectares of Grand Cru vineyards on the Montagne de Reims and the Côtes de Blancs. The harvested grapes undergo fermentation in the winery’s vat - which is situated right behind the Pommery cellars. After fermentation, the different wines are blended by the cellar master, Clement Pierloto, to give Champagne the signature Pommery aroma and flavour. Pommery cellars are one of the finest in Reims where their Champagne bottles mature at 10 degree Celsius. The chalk in the cellars retain humidity during summers and heat during winters. Today Pommery aims to make its vineyard sustainable. In fact, the winery is transforming into an eco-friendly brand with the help of Thierry Gasco, the winery’s cellar master. Under his guidance, Pommery went on to become the first wine house to achieve an ISO 14001 environmental certificate in 1996. Moreover, Vranken Pommery Monopole has been awarded ‘Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne’ and ‘High Environmental Value’ since 2014. Vranken Pommery employs organic viticulture in all their vineyards in Camargue and Provence. Tasting: Nose - Floral, Acacia Flower, Dried Fig Remarkably elegant, the first nose is discreet and very fresh. The first notes are floral and sweet, reminiscent of honeysuckle and acacia flower. As the wine opens up, it reveals fruitier nuances of dried figs and also frangipane. The Pinot Noir asserts itself after a few seconds with aromas of violet and blueberry. Palate - Linear, Velvety, Flaked Almonds Very straight and exceptionally mineral, the structure of the wine is velvety, reminiscent of Champagne chalk. The balance is perfect. Notes of lime blossom and flaked almonds mingle with the fig aromas detected on the nose. A sign of great maturity after more than twelve years of ageing in the cellars, hints of toasted bread add complexity to this cuvee. Finish - Tension, Balanced, Pink Grapefruit The finish is a perfect balance between tension and gourmandize through a dash of pink grapefruit. Review: Brilliant golden yellow. Delicate, multi-layered bouquet of fresh apple tart, acacia blossom and a hint of summer herbs, lemon curd and dried fig. Taut, mineral-influenced palate with lively mousse and depth of extract, very densely woven structure with a polished acid mantle. Full-bodied, invigorating finish of tobacco savouriness and lemon confit. Wonderfully mature - Falstaff

Pommery Royal Blue Sky Non-Vintage

Pommery Blue Sky - another way to think Champagne! The fruit of a new Pommery experience with a traditional blend. A Champagne that opens up towards a happy moment. An intense savour which will surprise first of all through its richness before freeing an invigorating freshness. At first we perceive notes of dry figs and dried almonds. Then we find touches of almond paste, millefeuille, marshmallow and honey. All these flavours blend with simplicity and elegance with lemony and dried orange notes and several hints of spices.A Champagne designed to pour in a large glass and over ice (+/_ 5 ice cubes). To be enjoyed on its own or perfectly paired with dessert.

Pommery Cuvée Louise half

Created in homage to Louise Pommery, daughter of Madame Pommery, Cuvée Louise is a wine of exceptional and absolute purity which expresses the quintessence of the knowhow of the Maison Pommery.Cuvée Louise finds its origin within three grands crus; Avize, Cramant and Aÿ - true gems of the Champagne region.The 2006 vintage, uniquely available in half bottle size, expresses all its lightness and delicacy with subtle minerality. The harmony is perfect. Aromas of white flowers are wonderfully associated with hints of prunes and white peaches, creating a silky and fine effect. It embraces the palate with grace and elegance, the finale is long and tense.

Pommery Millesime Vintage

The hallmark of this Champagne has always been elegance and extreme purity of fruit. Still extremely youthful, the chardonnay component gives lovely white floral aromas and tropical citrus flavours. The lingering persistent finish showing toast, grilled almonds and French pastry, Very stylish indeed.

Pommery Louise Champagne

Made in tribute to Madame Louise Pommery, Cuvee Louise is made from fruit sourced from Grand Cru vineyards in Avize, Cramant and Ay. The 1999 combines purity and richness of rare complexity. Aromas range from red berries, to notes of beeswax, quince and freshly dried acacia. All of them set off by a flourish of minerality that imbues this Louise with generosity and roundness.

Pommery Brut Royal Non-Vintage

Established in 1836, Madame Pommery is credited with creating the first vintage brut style of Champagne in 1874, at a time when most champagnes were excessively sweetened with sugar. This revolutionary dry style set the benchmark for the rest of Champagne and it is in this spirit that the style of Pommery endures; with each cuvée displaying sublime elegance, finesse and freshness. Pommery is one of the few Champagne Houses that produces their large formats in the actual bottle in order to allow for optimal ageing.

Pommery Cuvee Louise in luxury

One of Pommery's most exquisite Cuvées from a great vintage year. A Cuvée Louise in Magnum size and stunning luxury gift box. Elegant, generous, complex but refined and with endless vividness.