A harmonious blend of nearly 40 crus from the Champagne region, the Chardonnay (approximately one-third of the total), Pinot Noir and Meunier crus constitute a palette of colors which, used in masterly strokes, will produce "the Pommery style”, a style of natural elegance. To remain faithful to the style, Pommery can draw on its reserves, juggling with several vintages. Brut Royal requires three years of aging in the cellars to allow it to reveal its finesse, spontaneity and charm, the very qualities that make Pommery Unique.
Madame Pommery had two words to describe her champagne: cheerful lightness. Taking it one step further, Pommery stands for delicacy and vivacity, heart and spirit, a style made of finesse whose musical score highlights the elegance of aromas before their power. It is a style full of freshness, with notes that come together like a witty dialogue, remaining on the palate with tender flavours.
Color: Light gold
Nose: Fresh and lively, an attractive hint of citrus fruit
Palate: A bright and fresh attack, resoundingly dry, mellowing into a balanced supple fruitiness. Slowly it reveals itself until the airy finish, which leaves a desire for more.