The Moutard family has been making wine since 1642. François Moutard's 21 hectares of vines are located in Buxeuil on the Côte de Bar, the highest region in Champagne. Over the generations the Moutard family has explored the potential of the different terroirs, maintaining traditions while experimenting with different grapes varieties. François is one of the very few growers who can produce a Champagne - 6 Cépages - which is made up of the six permitted grape varieties: Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay, Petit Meslier and Arbane. Winemaking Gentle pneumatic pressing. Temperature controlled tanks, cold settling 7°C. Traditional methode champenoise. Fermentation between 18°C and 20°C. Second fermentation in bottle for secondary fermentation at 15°C. 36 months in bottle with further ageing for at least 12 months after disgorgement. TastingNote Fine and light nose with lemon and acacia fragrance. A full, creamy Chardonnay palate leading through to a fresh, clean and fruity finish.