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Prestige Rosé



Intensity and Purity

Variety: 60% Pinot Noir, 20% Pinot Meunier, 20% Chardonnay


Crus: Reuil, Le Breuil, Neuville sur Seine, Verneuil, Châtillon sur Marne, Avenay Val d’Or


Vinification: 1st alcoholic fermentation only in thermoregulated vats followed by malolactic fermentation and blending with reserve wines stored in temperaturecontrolled tanks and oak barrels.


Ageing: blending of two to three different harvests and then conservation for 36 to 44 months in the cellar


Specificities: The bottle is silkscreen printed on transparent glass so you can admire the rose colour. The white wine is identical to the Prestige Brut. To get the rose colour, we make it with a combination of red wine up to 8 to 11% and white wine. Red wine is vinified by us with Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir harvested in old vineyards (>50 years)


Dosage: 5.8 g/L   –   Brut

Nice salmon pink colour with bright rosé and thin and plentiful bubbles

Sour with notes of “English candies” and exotic fruits

Intense, lively and balanced mouth

For a meal with a guinea fowl, light game or fish, but also with red berries desert such as strawberry, raspberry and cherry.

Dussert G.2022 : « charming where the fruit dominates, particularly tasty »

L’Epicurien : « an impression of freshness and exotic as well as a nice acidity»

Revue des Vins de France: “good mouth-feel, consistent volume”

Elle: “complex and majestic flavours”

Tasted: “Pure, floral, mineral with notes of chardonnay”

Guide Hachette 2013: it gets 2 stars. “salmon-pink colour, nice notes of red berries and candied-fruits with toasted touches. Long and expressive finish.”

Revue des vins de France 2015: “a tasty champagne with flavours of red berries and a supple and fresh juice”

Bronze Medal at the 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards

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