The man who would eventually give his initials to the House is also the man to who created this iconic Cuvee. As a winemaker, Georges Hermann Mumm was driven by a single motto: "only the best". In 1876, in tribute to the wine on which the reputation of the House is founded, he decided to ornament the bottle with a red silk ribbon, a symbol of the highest of French honours, the Ordre Royal et Militaire de Saint Louis then the Grand Cordon de la Legion d'Honneur
Clean and subtle on the nose, rich fleshy fruits in the mouth with toated nuts and subtle yeasty overtones. Fresh elegant and balanced with a long creamy finish.