Champagne Cuvée Perpetuelle Bonnet-Ponson
|Grapes||Pinot noir - Chardonnay - Pinot meunier|
|Pairings||White Meat, Caviar, Shell Fish, Grilled Fish|
Champagne from the vineyards located in the Montagne de Reims, the Bonnet-Ponson cuvée is made up of a blend of 40% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Meunier. The perpetuelle reserve wines are 40% from 2017. The vinification takes place in stainless steel vats and for a minor part in 228l barrels.
The champagne does not undergo any filtration during the production process. It was bottled in May 2018 and then rested on the lees until the disgorgement which took place in June 2022.
Dosage 3 g/l Extra Brut
The history of Champagne Bonnet-Ponson starts from the second half of the nineteenth century with a small number of bottles up to the current production of about 70,000 champagnes per year.
In this process, every man and woman who passed to command have influenced, in their own way, the style of production and the construction of the cellar. But if we want to go deeper into today's work, we must mention Cyril Bonnet, who comes from his father's family branch. Entering an already established and consolidated context, he was able to read the present immediately and translate the 9 hectares of property into organic farming, with a production that is increasingly attentive to the environment and at the forefront of interventions in the cellar. The winery with its underground caves is located in Chamery; the estate vineyards are located in the premier crus of Chamery, Vrigny, Coulommes la Montagne and in the Grand Crus of Verzenay and Verzy. The fermentations and refinements in the cellar are carried out on oak barrels, steel and concrete tanks.