As wine lovers are well aware, not all the best Champagnes in the Mumm House are those which originate from many years ago.
In fact, the Mumm Blanc de Noirs is one of the House's most recent arrivals and it's also one of their most popular, too. Made solely from Pinot Black which hails locally from Verzenay, this is a powerful concoction of flavours that everyone should be able to appreciate, no matter what their taste.
Looking for a drink to enjoy with a smoked-almond-based meal? Or perhaps a whole fish baked in salt? Look no further than the Blanc de Noirs G.H. Mumm– a wine produced in small quantities which also enjoys ageing for as long as 6 years. Something which can't help but emphasise the already stunning flavours even further. Visually, the Champagne Mumm Blanc de Noirs is arresting.
A deep colour, this is the precursor to what soon proves to be a nose of impressive attributes. Dried fruit and nougat can both be found here, and lover of coffee and spices will also be looked after with a generous flavouring of Vanilla. On the palate, this Champagne develops amazingly well into one of gorgeous colours that prove further enticing. Yellow fruits are the ideal ending to this drink, as are aromas of honey and brioche.
Powerful and as well-structured as it is impressive on the eyes, this Champagne is also one that should meet the requirements of those who look for a creamy and full texture.