The soil is mainly calcareous. The vineyard is densely planted, with about 10,000 vines per hectare.
This wine is made according to the méthode traditionnelle so typical of Champagne. The wine is fermented at 16-18 degrees in stainless steel tanks. Beaumet champagne is lightly filtered. The wine undergoes secondary fermentation and aging at a constant temperature of 10 degrees for 3 years. After that, dégorgement takes place. Then the wine matures for another six months in the cellar.
Originally the Champagne house was owned by the Beaumet family, who established it in 1878, until it was sold to Jacques Trouillard in 1977. In 1980, they moved to a magnificent old house with large cellars in the middle of the beautiful Malakoff Park in the centre of Épernay, the capital of the Champagne region. As of 2004, the Château de Malakoff and Champagne Beaumet belong to the Groupe Laurent-Perrier.
Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot noir
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