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Montgueux, a unique terroir!
The Montgueux vineyard enjoys a unique and very favourable location. Perched on a 268m high hill, its 215ha of vines have a south/south-east exposure.
Its soil, composed of 90 million year old chalk and flint, gives a special character to the Chardonnay, the favourite grape variety of this isolated island, nicknamed the “Montrachet of Champagne”.
Its unique location also limits the risk of disease and makes Montgueux one of the healthiest vineyards in the Champagne region.
Its wines combine aromas of exotic fruits (pineapple, citrus fruits…) with buttery, iodine and saline notes.