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Recoltant Manipulant in Les Mesneux - Montagne de Reims

7,6 ha: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay, L'Arbanne, Petite Meslier.

Annual production: 72.000 bottles

Trousset-Guillemart is a small champagne producer located at the foot of the Montagne de Reims and is part of the "vigneron indépendants" category. Guillemart family has been present in the Premier Cru village of Sacy since the 17th century. In 1958, the Domaine Trousset-Guillemart was born, the estate consists of 7.6 hectares located in three Premier Cru villages: Les Mesneux, Sacy and Villedomange.

In recent times the owners, Jean-Philippe and Karine, have built a modern and efficient headquarters where technology accompanies the champenoise tradition in terms of qualitative excellence. A inclined plate Coquard press, thermoregulated vats in stainless steel with computerized control and an underground room for wine-making in wood (tonneaux and barrels of 5 hl) and the maturation of champagne bottles are used.

The vineyards are all distributed on clay-limestone and sandy soil, classified as Premier Cru. The plants have an average age of 20 years. Cultivation is today based on "viticulture durable" using mechanical weeding and biological treatments. After soft pressing, just the cuvéefirst pressing) is vinified partly in steel and partly in wood. Before bottling the wines are cold decanted and filtered very lightly. Once the draft is made, the champagne mature on yeasts from about 2 years up to 5. Finally, the dosages are from 3.5 g / l maximum to zero. Trousset-Guillemart produces about 72,000 bottles a year.