An Edition Exceptionelle
For more than 180 years, Champagne Pommery has been a byword for elegant and finesse Champagne wines. This success is due to a courageous woman: Jeanne-Alexandrine Pommery, who took over the house “Pommery & Greno” in Reims, founded in 1836, after the death of her husband. As early as 1874, the young widow made champagne history by inventing the first “Brut” champagne, which became known as “Pommery Brut Nature”. The cellar master at the time, Victor Lambert, thus met the demand for a wine that should be “dry, but not brittle, but … soft, velvety and full-bodied.” Even today, this elegant finesse characterizes the champagnes from the house of Pommery, including the latest Prestige Cuvée Louise Parcelle 2005.