Bonnet-Ponson Cuvée Perpétuelle Extra Brut

$49.00

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Vintage: NV
Region: Champagne, France
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Meunier

Bonnet-Ponson Cuvée Perpétuelle Extra Brut is full-bodied and intense with white fruits, citrus zest, nutty aromas, and a creamy palate.

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About Bonnet-Ponson Cuvée Perpétuelle Extra Brut

Bonnet-Ponson Cuvée Perpétuelle Extra Brut is full-bodied and intense with white fruits, citrus zest, nutty aromas, and a creamy palate.

About Champagne Bonnet-Ponson

Since 1862, this winery has been crafting champagne in Chamery. Grégoire Bonnet was one the first recoltant-manipulants of the village. Jules Bonnet extended the domain by purchasing more parcels in Chamery. He also installed a 5500 kg wooden press powered by human strength before electricity reached the village. His son Raoul moved to another location after the destruction of the cellar in the Second World War. Raoul initiated the construction of the present caves to store his production. He soon worked with his son André, who was in charge of plowing the family vines with his two horses at the age of 14.

In 1956, André Bonnet met Monique Ponson, herself being from a winegrower’s family of Vrigny. With their union, André and Monique started the domain Bonnet-Ponson. They started growing a few plots of Meunier and Pinot Noir. After a life of hard work, the surface of the vineyards grew to 9 hectares. The vineyard comprised the three grape varieties in equal parts. In a constant search for quality, André and Monique also increased the capacity of the cellars. They dug the new caves by themselves, in Chamery’s sandy ground, to age their Champagne longer. When their son Thierry joined the domain in 1979, the modern process of all champagne making was in order.

During the last 30 years, Thierry Bonnet continued the development of the domain with the construction of new caves and the addition of one more hectare to the vineyard, several new parcels in the villages of Chamery, Vrigny, and Verzenay. After studying oenology and working as a red winemaker in the southwest of France, Cyril Bonnet joined the family domain in 2013, starting at the same time all of the vineyards began conversion to the organic method of cultivation.

 

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