Maison Olivier Pére et Fils has around twenty plots facing south on the sloping slopes of Trelou-sur-Marne - a typical village in the Marne Valley.
The remarkable clay-limestone subsoil allows the cultivation of the three Champagne grape varieties: pinot meunier, chardonnay and pinot noir.
Fourth generation, and members of the Federation of Independent Winegrowers of France, the Olivier brothers carefully craft fruity and harmonious champagnes.
80% Pinot Meunier, 10% Chardonnay and 10% Pinot Noir. 4 years of aging.
Light gold in colour. On the nose, raspberry pastry, red apple and candied lemon. Creamy on the palate, with small, persistent bubbles. Clean, fresh and well-balanced, with plenty of tangy red fruit, juicy apple, brioche and a touch of limestone. A full, rounded, long finish packed with ripe apples.