Grape varieties: 35% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir, 30% Pinot Meunier
A traditional cepage. A minimum of 3 years bottle aging. A blend of grapes from more than 20 villages in Cumières, Damry, Hautvillers and Verneuil. Fresh, refreshing and round taste. The effervescence is delicate and balanced, typical of the Maison's style. Dosage less than 7g/l. About 20% for Vins de Reserves
Founded in 1825 by Joseph Perrier, the son of a wine merchant, in Chalon-sur-Marne (now Chalon-en-Champagne) in the Champagne region. Since it was loved by Queen Victoria and Edward VII of England and became a royal purveyor, it was given the name "Royal", and the bottle is marked "Cuvee Royale". , a family business that continues to preserve its traditions (the current owner is Jean-Claude Fromont)
Our own fields are 12 ha of Pinot Meunier fields in the hills of Verneuil, 9 ha from Hautviller to the Marne River, and a total of 21 ha of our own fields, and the grapes in this field cover 25-30% of the total production. there is Others purchase 30 cru grapes from Côte des Blancs and Vitry, owned by growers with whom we have a longstanding relationship of trust. It is a quarry with a total length of 3km and is also registered as a World Heritage Site.