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Grégoire Bonnet founded the estate in 1862. That’s 150 years of continuous production within the same family, now helmed by Thierry Bonnet and his son Cyril. They farm over 10 hectares, including the Premier Cru and Grand Cru villages of Chamery, Vrigny, Coulommes la Montagne, Verzenay, and Verzy. This is spread over 50 parcels of 35-80-year-old vines, all farmed organic since 2013 and certified in 2016, putting them in rare Champagne company.


The Rosé champs from Ponson is 50% Pinot Noir, 25% Chardonnay, 25% Meunier. The base wine is from the 2015 vintage, blended with their “perpetual reserve.” All of the love that you get from the Brut with a little Rosé love. 

NV Bonnet Ponson, "Cuvée Perpétuelle" Rosé Extra Brut Champagne, France

    • Organic
    • Hand Harvested
    • 40% blend of reserve wines, direct press, spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel, concrete, and old oak, partial malolactic fermentation
    • aging is done 7 months in old oak, sur lie, 48 months in bottle
    • Dosage is 8-10/L 
    • less than 40 mg/ L of added S02 

    Source - Zev Rovine Selections


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