The Story Behind Your Personalised Champagne
Champagne Neveux-Rousseau is located in Jonquery, an area recognized for the quality of its Pinot Meunier, in the heart of the Marne Valley. Following a long line of winegrowers, and now in its seventh generation, Champagne Neveux-Rousseau has been making exceptional champagnes respecting the purest traditions.
The vineyard is spread over the entire Champagne region among the finest Crus in Champagne : Jonquery, Sainte-Gemme in Marne Valley and Villers-Marmery 1st Cru in Montagne de Reims. Our vineyard is made up Pinot Meunier (35%), Chardonnay (35%) and Pinot Noir (30%).
Premium Personalised Champagne Label
When you select the design of your personalised Champagne label, you will be able to enter a line of text in the collar label (top label) and also text in the body label (bottom label).
For our premium personalised Champagne you have the option whether to have both labels or just the body label, the reason being is that the foil around our premium bottle looks elegant and classy and we believe it has a more premium feel with just the body label. For the personalised labels on our premium Champagne bottles less is more!
Here is a close up of the foil around the top of the bottle. As you can see it has a stunning design, and really adds the high end feel to the bottle. If you would like your customised Champagne bottle to retain this foil, please enter ‘BLANK’ when you populate that field, or put a full stop as the text.
Premium Personalised Champagne
The Premium Champagne is made to the highest standards, so you can rest assured your premium personalised Champagne gift will taste superb. With a perfect blend of intense aromas and full of character, with a scent of wild flowers with a peachy tone your Champagne present is sure to impress.
- Allergy advice: there may be traces of sulfites in the personalised Champagne.
The nature and diversity of the landscape enable the production of Grands Champagnes of exceptional character.
How your personalised Champagne is made
Some of the traditional equipment used by previous generations is still in use today. Each press produces approximately 1,600 bottles. The grapes are collected around September time before being pressed.