Champagne Rosé Brut
A champagne with character and charm, it has grown in popularity since the 2000s.
- 30% Pinot Meunier, 30% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay and 10% red wine made with Pinot Meunier appellation Champagne.
- Geographical location of the vineyard : Marne Valley – Côte des Blanc – Montagne de Reims .
- Blend of 2 years
- Maturation on lees for approximately 3/4 years
- Dosage approximately 9g / l
- No malolactic fermentation
- Alcohol by volume: approximately 12%
- Containers: Bottle (75cl) and Magnum (150cl)
Keep your bottles lying flat in a dark place.
Our bottles are aged in the cellar and ready to drink.
Serve chilled between 7°C and 9°C
Our rosé champagne is fresh and fruity, and is popular for its delicacy and gourmet tastes.
Vineyard and wine-making process :
Harvest : 100% manual
Production : approximately 300,000 bottles
Vine density : approximately 8,000 vines / ha
Yield : between 10,000 kg / ha and 13,000 kg / ha depending on quotas
Wine-growing characteristic : supervised control
Presses : 2 Bucher 4,000kg (pneumatic presses)
Wine-making process : in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks, chaptalization, natural yeasts
Fermentation time : approximately 30 days
Fermentation temperature : 20/22°C
No malolactic fermentation
Champagne Rosé Brut tasting notes :
To the eye
This champagne features a seductive raspberry pink hue with deep salmon pink glints. Relatively fluid in appearance, it is filled with delicate, light bubbles that create a delicate bead.
To the nose
The first nose reveals hints of ripe strawberry, blackcurrant, raspberry and peppermint. When aired, it develops notes of pink grapefruit, tangerine juice and fresh pomegranate. Further aeration reveals scents of Morello cherry and fresh mint.
On the palate
The first impression is supple and fresh with a smooth, velvety effervescence. The wine develops on the palate with a fruity burst reminiscent of raspberries, strawberries and pink grapefruit. Freshness is maintained by an acidity elegantly backed by a limestone minerality. The champagne continues towards a light finish, marked by raspberry and mint, a dry body that is fruity with good bitterness.
Our suggestions for pairings :
- Mild guacamole tapas and cured ham chiffonade
- Finely diced strawberry and chopped mint
- Fried rock fish and candied red peppers
- Poached sea bass and Espelette pepper
- Tomato and melted mozzarella and basil tart
- Duck aiguillette with a Morello cherry cream sauce
- Chaource soft cheese with Espelette pepper
- Panna cotta with strawberry coulis
- Thin milk chocolate crisp with candied cherries
- Strawberry marshmallow