Harvested and sorted by hand. Co-maceration with immersed cap in open oak vats. Avoidance of malolactic fermentation.
Our aim when we created this new vintage was to strive for a Rosé Champagne that was different, lighter. The delicate nose reveals notes of rose and violet petals and a hint of grenadine. In the mouth the striking minerality releases aromas of mandarin orange zest and pink grapefruit. The whole is complemented by a wonderful bitterness and very pleasant freshness as it fades from the mouth.
While this Blanc de Rose is prefect as an aperitif, it finds a place of honour when taken with raw fish, such as a slightly marinated carpaccio of salmon and halibut or a simple red tuna sashimi.