The Champagne Brut Grand Cru of the Paul Clouet cellars comes from the renowned production area of French champagne, or on the mountain of Reims, in the Marne district, in north-eastern France. The reference grapes for the assembly are 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay, whose blend has been capable of making the Champagne Brut Grand Cru truly conquer the whole world. Thanks to the excellent climate, a land rich in minerals and an advantageous exposure to the sun, the vines of both Pinot and Chardonnay enjoy a particular maturation, which makes the Champagne of these areas unique. This French bubble from the Paul Clouet ribs faces a fermentation in steel tanks and 36 months of stay on the lees, with 3 months of rest following disgorgement. Endowed with great roundness and balance, capable of always favoring a very pleasant drink, with this Champagne Brut Grand Cru, one is able to play it safe on every occasion.