- Young talented grower using organic treatments in the vineyard
- Great expression of Côte des Blancs fruit, clean, mineral & fresh
- Pair with a street style prawn or lobster roll.
This is made from majority chardonnay (86%) and the remainder pinot noir from the Premier Cru village - Bisseuil. The name 'Rosé de Craie' translates to rosé of chalk indicating a style to expect.
The nose is delicate, aromatic with a slight herbal note surrounded by some cherry kernel. Full malolactic fermentation on this wine lends to a softer palate and well-balanced fruit-to-acid-and-tannin ratio.
This is definitely more towards savoury in style rather than fruit-driven. Regardless this is a wonderful example of modern rosé champagne." Kyri Christodoulou - Emperor Champagne Club Manager
"The bouquet leads with breadcrumb, cherry pip, red fruit and chalkiness. There is strength and precision in this wine and the palate is vibrant showcasing the velvet line of the bubbles. The finish is a combination of chalky-mineral definition."
Alex Rougeot - Director Clos Cachet Fine Wine Imports