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Pol Roger Champagne Demi-Sec Rich

Half-way between sec and demi-sec (dry and semi-dry), the cuvee Rich is distinguished by its perfect harmony due to a fine balance between sugar and natural acidity. The Cuvee is the result of the harmonious blend, in equal proportions, of the three Champagne grape varieties: pinot noir, pinot meunier and Chardonnay from 30 different crus. 25% reserve wines are used to produce this cuvee. - The Pinot Noir (bringing structure, body and power) is mainly produced from some of the best crus of the Montagne de Reims. - The Pinot Meunier (ensuring freshness, roundness and fruitiness) is issued from several crus form the Vallee de la Marne and from the Epernay aerea. - The Chardonnay (adding its aromatic complexity, finesse, elegance and lightness) comes from Epernay and some of the best crus of the Cote des Blancs. The Cuvee Rich is kept in the cellar for a minimum of 4 years. Following disgorging, it is topped up by a dosage of 34g/l to enhance its sweet flavour. [+]