Telmont Champagne Releases New Line of Champagne in Singapore
Champagne for the new era includes new concerns and new aspirations for the future. Telmont wants to push that ambition forward, and has launched their newest line based on respect and gratitude towards mother nature.
Telmont took its first steps towards organic conversion and obtained, in 2017, its first certification for a portion of the vineyards of its estate. Champagne Telmont is determined to pursue its ambition: carving an exemplary path towards a 100% organic house using production methods with reduced impact on its natural surroundings. Telmont has decided to act “in the name of Mother Nature”, thus advocating for the preservation of nature’s gifts, leaving its essence untouched. The House of Telmont has set five tangible objectives:
1) preserving terroir and biodiversity
2) generalising eco-design.
3) transitioning to 100% renewable electricity and promoting use of ‘green’ energy sources for all its activities.
4) overhauling the logistics chain, upstream and downstream, toThe limit greenhouse gas emissions indirectly related to its business.
5) intensifying efforts in terms of traceability and information. Each bottle will be numbered, enabling its production itinerary to be traced.
Telmont has now taken the opportunity to showcase this new line of champagne select venues in Singapore including Casa Restaurant, Tippling Club and Artemis. Guests can look forward to special promotions including complimentary pairings at Casa Restaurant’s Wine Room through the end of the year and signature cocktails at Tippling Club.
At a media tasting at Casa Restaurant, Chef Rémy Lefebvre at Casa Restaurant got a chance to showcase some of his dedicated signature pairings with Telmont Champagne, including Octopus, smoked and wood fired with Sherry cask olive oil to compliment the Telmont Blanc de Blancs Vintage 2012 (S$258++ to include a bottle and savoury dish) and an Almond “Ashta” sorbet with pomelo gel, orange confit, pistachio, olive oil cake & rose petal paired with the Telmont Brut Rosé (S$165++ to include a bottle and dessert dish).