The Moncuit family have been growers in the region since the 19th century and bottling estate Champagne since the 1950s; They own some of the oldest vines in Le Mesnil. Given their terroir-centric approach, they never blend wines from different villages or vintages. All of their wines undergo full malolactic fermentation, and no oak is used in the winery. Made from 100% Grand Cru Le Mesnil fruit, Moncuit's flagship Blanc de Blancs cuvee is a racy and transparent expression of this famed site and always a single vintage; this is 2017 fruit. The wine ages on its lees for three years, then spends an additional three months aging in bottle after disgorgement.