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  • Decanting time

    No
  • When to drink

    2020-2035
  • Food Pairing

    Seafood, Salads & Consommes

The Story

Madame Pommery had two words to describe her champagne: cheerful lightness. Taking it one step further, Pommery stands for delicacy and vivacity, heart and spirit, a style made of finesse whose musical score highlights the elegance of aromas before their power. It is a style full of freshness, with notes that come together like a witty dialogue, remaining on the palate with tender flavours. ’

Thierry Gasco, 9th Pommery Cellar Director.

  • The grapes are pressed in traditional presses that contain 4,000 kg of grapes, from which 2,550 litres of juice are extracted.
  • Initial alcoholic fermentation turns the grape juice contained in the vats into wine, under the action of selected yeasts.
  • Several wines made from different varietals, different crus, or different vintages, are blended to create and perpetuate the Pommery style.
  • Chill your bottle in a bucket filled with water and ice for thirty minutes, or place at the bottom of the refrigerator in a horizontal position for four hours.

    Serve chilled, not cold, at 7- 8° C, opening the bottle as follows:

    • hold the bottle with one hand and undo the wire cage with the other hand,
    • tilt the bottle slightly and turn it, while holding firmly onto the cork,
    • pull gently on the cork to keep it from popping out violently.
    • fill the glasses halfway so that the wine’s aroma can be fully appreciated.

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Vintage 1995

 A large crop, very fine quality, especially for Chardonnay. In fact the most successful wines are the blanc de blancs. The Champagnes are similar in character to the 1988s, with the best examples possessing marvellous ageing potential. Most 1995s are at their peak but should provide lovely, complex drinking for the next three or four years

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Pommery 1995 (jeroboam) – The ’95, from seven Grand Cru villages, was all nuts and glacé fruits, especially orange. Complex and mature, bold upfront. A second jeroboam of 1995 (no sense in stinting oneself) was even better, with more length. 94.

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Origin

Reims, Champagne

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