The Moncuit family traces their grape growing lineage in the Côtes des Blancs village of Le Mesnil-sur-Ogerback to the late 19th century and their winemaking to the early 1950s. Siblings Nicole and Yves Moncuit have been running the show since 1977 and are currently producing some of the best wines in the estate’s history.
Moncuit’s wines are all single vintage bottlings that are all about purity and excel at expressing the nuances of a given year. This vineyard is on the region’s classic chalky limestone and with an average vine age of 60 years. The Moncuit family doesn’t own a single oak barrel so any aging of the wine occurs either in tank or in bottle.