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It begins with a sumptuous and luminous pink appearance in a clear glass bottle. This is followed by the delicacy of the red fruit aromas, red currants, raspberries and strawberries fill your entire nose and palate. Its ample structure and suave allure complete your pleasure.
Rosé Champagne has always been a speciality of the House, thanks to a terroir blessed with old-vine plantings of Pinot Noir. Treated as a separate batch, these grapes are harvested separately over a two-day period, then sorted on a triage table before de-stemming and gentle crushing all under the watchful eye of the cellar master.
Place of origin
Mailly Champagne, vineyard classified as Grand Cru.
Pinot Noir 90% - Chardonnay 10%.
Hand-picked fruit, sorted on a triage table, de-stemmed and crushed. Maceration for roughly 24h. Alcoholic fermentation at 16°. Malolactic fermentation in thermo regulated stainless steel vats. Ageing on laths in traditional chalk caves.
This is a saignée rose made from old vine plantings of Pinot Noir (90%), with just a touch of chardonnay (10%) for the sake of lightness, brightness and balance.
8 g of sugar per litre.
Bottlr 75 cl, Half bottle 37,5 cl, Magnum 150 cl.