An Exquisite Champagne Just For You

In this article, we are pleased to present the Roger Coulon Heri-Hodie Brut Champagne that has an exquisite background due to the Coulon family’s fine heritage of viticulture. Heri- Hodie is from a “réserve perpétuelle”, which means it is built over time by adding amounts of wine from each harvest to particular storage vessels. Normally, such a reserve will be set aside for several years for it to become more established so that when it’s ready to be served, it will contain wines from five to as many as 15 different harvests…isn’t that amazing! And this blend combines 60% Pinot Meunier with 20% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Noir.

The white-golden colored wine has a very delicate, elegant and fruity Meunier bouquet of red berries. The wine shows remarkable finesse and elegance on the palate and is perfectly round, delicate, very fruity and charming but dry and always stimulating. This is nearly dominated by its Meunier part. Dosed with six grams per liter, this is absolutely delicious and filigreed but with aromatic and well-structured length. So delicate and fruity!

According to Eric Coulon, member of the acclaimed family, Cultivating our vines is a beautiful and proud tradition. The source of our family’s inspiration is here in our vineyards cultivated with ORGANIC and AGROFORESTRY methods, on the Montagne de Reims.

This is the place where we, Eric, Isabelle and our children, Edgar and Louise, the 9th generation the COULON family, all have our roots.”

What’s more impressive is that the vineyard avoids the use of chemicals, filtration, finning and indigenous yeasts tank the Roger Coulon Champagne among the best of natural wines. Since 2019, the vineyard has also been converted into an organic base, further confirming the Coloun family’s commitment to a natural approach in viticulture.

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