Each step in the production of Pierre Moncuit wines is carried out with the utmost respect for the Champagne tradition, with a single leitmotif : optimal quality. Nicole and Valérie are committed to producing wines that show their passion for their profession, their desire to sublimate the land of their ancestors.
From the harvest, where a rigorous selection of grapes is carried out, to bottling, each step is considered crucial. This rigour that the Moncuits impose on themselves at all levels paradoxically leaves the aromas to express themselves, thus offering a fair interpretation of the terroir.
With this in mind, the house has developed an ultra-modern winery, built with the sole aim of respecting tradition and terroir and producing the wine most in line with Nicole and Valérie's initial idea. This tool allows you to work each plot individually until the time of bottling. A valuable asset.
Champagne Pierre Moncuit has always attached a major importance to the specificity of each harvest. The house has therefore made the bold and courageous choice to favour the vintage. Nicole and Valérie even try to use only one year of harvest for their non-vintage vintages when the weather conditions have been favourable throughout the year.
The other historical bias of Champagne Pierre Moncuit is the long ageing of its wines. There is no rule in this matter, only tasting determines the moment of glory of a vintage : some wines can age three years, others six or even twelve years. The house refuses any rush. It is the time of the wine that prevails, each year dictates its law.