This very delicate Rosé is dominated by Pinots Noirs – selected for their finesse and their personality-, linked to Chardonnay’s refined elegance and topped by Pinot Meunier’s splendid fruitiness.
At the blending, the addition of a small proportion of Pinot Noir from Champagne’s best terroirs for red wines – Cumières and Les Riceys – gives the Rosé Brut its beautiful color and subtle aromas of red fruits.
This cuvee is obtained by a precise blend of the three Champagne grape varieties: Chardonnay – floral bouquet and pure elegance, Pinot Noir – finesse and structure- as well as Pinot Meunier – fine fruitiness and softness.
About 30 of the best Champagne Crus (villages) are selected and exclusively from the first press (the cuvee). The still wines (vins clairs) from the year are blended with 30% of reserve wines kept for the last two harvests.