Cremant de Bourgogne Mongeard Cuvee Chloe



Domaine Mongeard-Mugneret Crémant de Bourgogne Cuvée Chloé

The story

The sparkling wine of Burgundy enters history in 1830 under the pen of Musset who celebrates it in the “Secret Thoughts of Raphael”.

The origin of sparkling wines in Burgundy dates back to the XIXth century, the elaboration and the means of vinification made it possible to produce a “sparkling” wine by converting beautiful cuvées of Pinot Noir from the Côte de Nuits. In the 20th century a lot of mediocre wines were made, so producers undertook to restore the quality and image of their wine, which became the Crémant de Bourgogne, based on an elaboration according to the exact Champagne method known today. The sparkling wine completely disappeared in 1985.

The grapes

100% Chardonnay from vines located in the commune of Vosne Romanée at a place called “Les Lutenières

Tasting notes

The Crémant de Bourgogne is a festive wine, full of youth and audacity. He usually dresses in a white gold color. The bubble is fine and forms a delicate pearl necklace. Blanc de blancs is flavored with white flowers, citrus or green apple. Over time, the aromas will evolve into notes of stone fruit such as apricot, peach and toast.


Crémant de Bourgogne is perfect as an aperitif, but it goes perfectly with a meal. The Crémant de Bourgogne is suitable for scallops or river fish. Serving temperatures: between 4 and 8 ° C as an aperitif and for dessert, 6 to 9 ° C at the table.

About the wine maker

In the heart of Burgundy, between the majestic Château de Clos de Vougeot and the small town of Nuits-Saint-Georges, the village of Vosne-Romanée is surrounded by the most prestigious wines.

Vincent Mongeard is currently heading the estate, and his family has cultivated vines for more than 8 known generations, that is to say from around 1620. The name Mongeard-Mugneret has been renowned since 1945, Eugène Mongeard being Vincent’s grandfather and Edmée Mugneret being his grandmother.

He operates around 30 hectares of vines with the family, divided into 35 appellations. The Bourgogne Blancs come from the Chardonnay grape. Bourgogne Aligoté is a dry white wine made from a very old Burgundy grape variety with the same name. Pinot Noir is the only grape variety for all the other designations of Origin red, except for Bourgogne Passetoutgrain, where roughly 50% Gamay is blended with Pinot Noir.