Pol Couronne Champagne
Pol Auguste Couronne
was born on Oct 22, 1862, in the historical village of Hautvillers.
was inspired by the Abbey of Dom Pérignon and the history of Champagne.
In 1887, Pol Couronne decided to create his own Champagne House and began making small batch champagnes cuvées.
Authenticity, passion, and a sincere respect for winegrowing and nature are at the core of Pol Couronne’s champagne. After the foundation of the House in 1887, Pol Couronne began to promote and sell high-end still wines (nice white and red Coteaux champenois) and champagnes.
As owner and winegrower, he was entirely dedicated to share one specific philosophy that
can be tasted in its bottles: Champagne know-how and excellence in craftsmanship.
His enthusiasm and perseverance were rewarded in Paris in 1921 when he was awarded "croix de chevalier du mérite agricole". His excellenct research effort was an ambitious ideal that required time and patience.
This heritage is the result of over a century of dedication to vines and sharing values of respect for nature, winegrowing and craftsmanship.Over time, new ambitions arise, but the same values reflect the passion for their work - today Pol Couronne's legacy is respected and admired.
75% Pinot Noir, 25% Chardonnay
Our Brut Grand Cru "75-25" is aptly named. It is made with 75% Pinot Noir, which brings structure, venosity, fruitiness and crispness to the cuvee. Adding 25% Chardonnay mitigates the footprint of Pinot Noir bringing freshness to this cuvee.
34% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Meunier, 31% Pinot Noir
Our cuvee Brut reflects the best of the Champagne's terroir with a blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. The vineyard offers a diversity of grape varieties that we use to create a fine and well balanced champagne.
27% Chardonnay, 26% Pinot Noir, 33% Pinot Meunier + 14% Coteaux Champenois Rouge
Our Brut Rose smells and tastes like raspberry. Is light, subtle and powerful at the same time. The blend of the three main grape varieties of the Champagne region provides a nice balance that will go perfectly with either an aperitif or a dessert. The 14% of Coteaux Champenois made with Pinot Meunier will reveals some delicate red fruit aromas.