In case you didn’t know, we’re outside this summer – sipping on just about anything that can get us in a good mood for the night, and that includes Telmont’s new champagne. Launching their first certified organic cuvée Réserve de la Terre, the house fuses together over a decades worth of passion and determination to create a fresh-tasting drink that boasts a distinctive style only found in their family estate in Damery, Champagne.
Neither too focused on wine or champagne, the drink emits an energising almond scent, mixed with hints of violet and Mirabelle. Keeping it consistent with the taste, an explosion of candied lemon and almond meets in the mouth on the first sip, before leaving a smooth and rich bite. Made using 66% Chardonnay and 34% Meunier, the certified organic drink takes the best of both wines and creates a balanced and ethereal drink that captures the house’s signature style.
Breaking away from ordinary champagne codes, the house has decided to focus on “the bottle and nothing but the bottle”, banning all production and use of gift boxing and outer packaging for the product. In addition, the house will replace all their transparent bottles by the end of the year, opting for 100% recyclable green bottles in hopes of becoming more sustainable. Continuing its journey to becoming more sustainable throughout the year, the brand will also be transitioning to 100% renewable energy and electricity, promoting the use of green energy resources in all of its production processes.
For more information on the product visit telmont.com or you can purchase the product exclusively at Selfridges