This champagne is a brilliantly shimmering, light brilliant yellow fluid with a wealth of fine and rich bubbles. The nose uncovers beginning fragrances of ready new natural product (white and yellow peaches, apricots), tropical notes (lychee and pineapple). It at that point opens up with the scent of vanilla before creating notes of smooth caramel, breadcrumbs and yeast, coming full circle in smells of dried products of the soil. A blast of freshness in the mouth, trailed by solid determination. The intricate fragrances of new products of the soil propagate the power.
In 1876, as a tribute to a portion of their most renowned customers, Mumm brightened a couple of their containers with a crossed red silk lace (a reference to the Legion of Honor) and fixed them with an oval mark. The accomplishment of Cordon Rouge was built up… As the Champagne des Souverains, so incredible was the popularity of the Cordon Rouge wine that it turned into the image of the House and of champagne in general. The wine admirers of today keep on loving Mumm Cordon Rouge and have made the cuvee France's chief and one of the world's most loved champagnes. Georges Hermann Mumm is the man to whom we owe the House's famous cuvee. In 1876, to state the nature of its champagne, the House chose to enhance their jugs with a red silk lace, a reference to the Ordre de Saint Louis and to the Grand Cordon de la Legion d'Honneur. Its prosperity was quick: an image of Maison Mumm's brilliance and ability, the Cordon Rouge cuvee from now on turned into a genuine benchmark everywhere throughout the world.