Champagne rosé

Champagne Rosé

Elegance and diversity

A vibrantly coloured, sophisticated Champagne


A Champagne made two ways

Champagne Rosé can be produced in two ways . Blended Rosés are obtained by mixing white wines with 5 to 20% of red wines. Macerated Rosés are obtained by macerating the juice of black grapes in their skins for 36 hours. “Saignée” Rosé is macerated for a shorter time (between 8 and 12 hours).

Very much in fashion these days, such wines can range from soft to deep pink and from very light to full-bodied. They can develop aromas around notes of freshness (citrus fruits and wild strawberries) or, in contrast, aromas that are smoother and more powerful (ripe yellow fruits and small red fruits) or complex, associating fruity notes (wild berries) with notes of undergrowth.

The palate can be structured, powerful and full-bodied, or more aerial. As they age, their aromas express all the richness of dried fruits and spices, with the oldest even displaying toasty notes.

 Tasting of Champagne Rosé  Tasting of Champagne Rosé
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Our favourite

An explosive pairing: An excellent roast fowl

An outstanding fowl accompanied by a Champagne Rosé: Nothing else is required to create a true gourmet experience.

Our tips

For what sort of occasions?

  • Intimate occasions

    A summer aperitif by the swimming pool

  • Great occasions

    A marriage proposal

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