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Champagne Poissinet Sarl

10 Route de Menicourt, 51480 Cuchery

Telephone +33 2 26581293

This company is co-exhibitor of
Chateau Montlau Armand Schuster de Ballwil

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 11): stand D40

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 11

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  •  Champagne

Our products

Product category: Champagne


Persistant and creamy effervescence, covers the wine surface.
Light yellow colour, very light, pink glint.
Nose dominated by fruits: ripe and fleshy fruits (yellow peach, apricot)
Honeyed notes (ginger bread)
Fresh attack on the palate is fresh, greedy and ripe (impression to eat fruits)
Final freshness, slight bitterness that evokes grapefruit.

To be served for aperitif, banquet, wine of honour.

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Product category: Champagne


Regular cord of fine bubbles
Golden colour, old golden glint
Ripe nose, candied fruit aromas (currants, orange peel, dried fig)
Spicy notes (pepper, cinnamon) hint of vanilla
Creamy overtone and fresh butter.
Ample palate, very generous and vinous. The volume and freshness support the whole and it is persistent during the degustation.

To be served at table, with white meat, poultry terrine, veal accompanied with dried fruits.

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Product category: Champagne


Very delicate colour with rose petals nuances. Glints of the wine colour in the foam.
Expression of red fruits at the nose: raspberry and wild strawberry.
Presence of fleshy fruits (ripe apple)
Apparition of floral notes when swirling (violet, rose)
Palate, we find the wild strawberry, very light, sweet and tender.

Champagne greedy and fresh, to be served for aperitif, outside, during the summer and fall season.

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About us

Company details

Since 1947, each generation has been committed to perpetuate the tradition of the Champagne wines, according to the founder’s principles. Today the family spirit remains. Act in the vineyards while preserving the health capital of the plants is a static rule transmitted since the origin. From vine to wines, the vigilance and the qualitative requirement drive the action. The different cuvées are elaborated with respect of their first quality: their origin in terms of terroir, grape varieties and also know-how.

Champagne vintages began to be sold in the 1970s with Jean-Pierre and Claudine Poissinet.

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