CHAMPAGNE PIERRE GIMONNET & FILS Since 1750, the Gimonnet family cultivates vines. Today, the style of this houseis unmistakable, a style resulting from more than 70 years experiencetransmitted since three generations but also from a unique and exceptional vineyard : the Côte des Blancs, which is rare in the Champagne region. This house exclusively uses Chardonnay to develop its champagnes. With 200,000 bottles produced every year, this house is acclaimed by the greatest guides, and became an unavoidable reference among the real fans of great Chardonnay champagnes.
The champagne House Pierre Gimonnet lauches its first rosé champagne with this Cuvée Brut 1er Cru Rosé de Blancs!
With this all new cuvée, the House dares fancy in adding a touch of colour to a renowned champagne range since generations, Blanc de Blancs champagnes.
The Brut Gastronome 2014 1er Cru champagne from PIERRE GIMONNET & FILS is a 100% Chardonnay wine, sourced from a majority of Grands Crus.
The Brut Gastronome 2012 1er Cru champagne from PIERRE GIMONNET & FILS is a 100% Chardonnay wine, sourced from a majority of Grands Crus.
Cuvée Oenophile non dosé 1er cru 2012 from Maison PIERRE GIMONNET & FILS is complex, and elaborated from a blend of the highest origins, following a long ageing period on lees.
A new concept : the 1st « Special Club » single-terroir from Pierre Gimonnet ! While we are staunch defenders of "different terroirs" blends for more complexity and balance .
Cuvée Spécial Club Chouilly Grand Cru 2012 from Maison PIERRE GIMONNET & FILS is a rare champagne in many aspects, in terms of quantity first (only 3003 bottles produced), then from its single-terroir, exclusively Grand Cru.
Cuvée Spécial Club Cramant Grand Cru 2012 from Maison PIERRE GIMONNET & FILS is extremely rare : first of all according to the low quantity available (only 3013 bottles produced), and then according to its composition : a 100% Grand Cru of a single-terroir.
The Brut Gastronome 2009 1er Cru champagne from PIERRE GIMONNET & FILS is a 100% Chardonnay wine, sourced from a majority of Grands Crus.
Since 1750, the Gimonnet family is based in CUIS and cultivates wines. It is undoubtedly from the 1955 cuvée that Pierre Gimonnet & Fils found their unique Chardonnay style characterizing their champagnes ...
Today, the house style is recognizable among thousands ! Nervous wines, very little dosage and minerality. Its style comes from: - A unique and exceptional vineyard - More than 70 years of experience since three generations.
According to the Gimonnet family, the origin of the grapes is the most important element. Since its beginning, the house has always preferred to limit its production to its vineyards planted on the famous Côte des Blancs: Cuis Premier Cru, and Cramant Chouilly, two "grand cru" only planted with the noble Chardonnay grape. With 25 hectares of this land, the house own one of the finest vineyards of the "great whites" area.
The house’s vineyard is envied ... because all the cuvées (including Brut) are "Blanc de Blancs" champagnes of the Côte des Blancs. It’s a very rare characteristic in Champagne! Moreover, the house liberates the “terroir” and limits its yield in leaving the vineyard gaining age naturally: 72% of vines are over 30 years old and 40% over 40 years old.
Please note this rare characteristic in the Champagne region: there is no wine from 1989, 1990, 1992 and 2002. Only a few plots were used in 1996 and 1999. This explains why at Pierre Gimonnet, the culture of vintage is strong and why some rare vintages are successful. Within the range of the 6 champagnes exclusively produced from Great Chardonnays, five of them are vintage. The Pierre Gimonnet house became a reference among the true lovers of the great Chardonnay Champagnes.
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