It is common knowledge that the true quality of a Champagne house is best judged by the consistency and quality of their non-vintage wine. This is where the true “house style” is defined and executed year in/ year out. Pol Roger is a firm believer in this philosophy and takes extreme pride in their “White Foil” Brut.
Terroir: The “White Foil” is sourced from top quality vineyards in Montagne de Reims (Pinot Noir), Vallee de al Marne and Petite Valle d’Epernay (Pinot Meunier) and the Côte des Blancs (Chardonnay).
Vinification Pol Roger “White Foil” is traditionally a blend of equal parts Pinot Noir (body and depth), Pinot Meunier (freshness and vigorous fruit) and Chardonnay (elegance and finesse) and is sourced exclusively from juice from the “cuvee” (first pressing). The still wines are fermented in stainless steel at a cool 45°f to retain freshness. Each final blend contains a minimum of two vintages with the youngest components being a minimum of three years old. Average dosage for the “White Label” is 8g per liter.