- Type: Champagne White NV
- Country: France
- Region: Champagne
- Vintage: NV
- Producer: G.H. Mumm
- Primary grape: Pinot Noir
- Secondary grape: Pinot Meunier
- Screwcap: Cork
- Bottle size: 75cl
- List price: £34.97
- Code: 11117
- Abv: 12%
- BRONZE (NV) Decanter World Wine Awards 2017
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White sparkling wines
- Cheese soufflés. Mildly flavourful cheeses such as Caerphilly and washed-rind cheeses such as Reblochon, Langres. Try cava with Manchego
- Fish and chips, white fish such as cod, turbot, monkfish or sole. Oysters, lobster and crab
- Salty meats, charcuterie, ham. White meats with light sauces, light chicken dishes, aromatic crispy duck and pizza
- Richer sparkling wines pair with rich, creamy sauces, hollandaise. Truffle oil, light creamy herb, fish-based sauces.
- Chardonnay-dominated wines can pair with kebab and light Thai foods. Richer wines such as cava can stand up to Indian spice
- Mushrooms, artichokes, asparagus, chanterelle salads, carpaccio, egg or seafood salad
About the Champagne
A white non-vintage Champagne made by G.H. Mumm. Excellent partner for light dishes based on white fish or chicken, green vegetables, salads and savoury cheese dishes. It is created with mosty Pinot Noir grapes. Supplied by Pernod Ricard UK.
A temperamental thin skinned grape and difficult to grow, when produced of any quality it demands high prices. The thin skin means it's very light in colour body and tannin, it characteristically has searing acidity and full lingering flavours of raspberry, strawberry, cherry, violets and sweet spice.
An area to the east of Paris famed for its sparkling wines made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. As many as 50 wines made from different grapes are used to construct a single wine.Explore France