Mouzon Leroux

Mouzon Leroux

For generations the Mouzon and Leroux families have been grape growers and wine producers. Nowadays domain Mouzon Leroux owns eight hectares of vineyards around grand cru village Verzy, in Montagne de Reims. 

Working biodynamically since 2008, Mouzon Leroux aims for greater biodiversity in its landscape by planting trees and plants around the vineyards. In winter time, sheep and chickens are allowed between the vines to keep the cover crop under control. 

Pinot noir is the dominant graoe variety, some chardonnay can be found in the vineyards, and in addition to that varieties that you see only little of in Champagne: arbane, pinot gris, pinot blanc and petit meslier.

In cellar Sébastien Mouzon trusts indigenous yeasts to start fermentation, allows malolactic fermentation, and keeps the use of sulphites as low as possible. After second fermentation the champagnes stay in cellar for three to eight years.

 

 

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