Luxury Drinks | Marguet
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Champagne Marguet

Located in Ambonnay, a famous Village of the Montagne de Reims, the Marguet-Bonnerave House became in 2005: Champagne MARGUET Father & Sons. The MARGUET Champagne started about 1875, thanks to Emile MARGUET, who since 1883 has tended his best vineyards of the Cote des Blancs and the Montagne de Reims, in preparation for the arrival of phylloxera. The Champagne Bonnerave Frères was founded in 1905 by the great-great-grandfather of Benoit Marguet-Bonnerave. Fifth generation of vine growers and chef de cave, Benoit MARGUET, continues today with vigour the development of the House: his passion his the Champagne terroir.

Marguet Brut

The cuvee Brut VINTAGE 2004 Grand Cru reflects the one season climatology, associated to great terroirs. The blend is 70% Chardonnay & 30% Pinot Noir, from the old Grand Cru vines of the Côte des Blancs and the Montagne de Reims.

Marguet Brut Rosé

The cuvee Brut Rosé is one of the great specialities of this House. Made from 65% Chardonnay and 35% Pinot Noir, the wine has an attractive salmon to onion skin colour, a delicate mousse and an elegant and well structured palate which marries summer fruits, gentle spice, peach and hints of roasted nuts.

Marguet Vintage 2008

This is the first single vineyard Champagne produced by Marguet.
A blend of 70% Chardonnay and 30% Pinot Noir this Champagne opens with a frothy white mousse that shows good hold. Very pale straw base wine colour with profuse exceptionally fine bead. The nose shows very good intensity with aromas of pear intermingling with yeast lees, brioche and citrus followed by some light toastiness. The palate delivers rich creamy textured flavours of pear and citrus followed by yeast lees, toast and brioche. Clean crisp bright acidity finishing dry. Long citrus, pear, yeast lees, baked bread and light cashew aftertaste.

Marguet Rosé 2009

This might be considered Marguet’s top wine, and the secret behind it sounds simple. Unlike most rosé Champagnes this is neither a saignée method whereby dark grapes are kept on the skins for a short time, after which the juice is bled off, not by the addition of still red wine, but by a combination of the two! In this case, the red comes from Ambonnay and Bouzy. The result is richer, more aromatic and just plain more wonderful rosé Champagne. A very celebratory wine from the color down to the finish!