- 100% Pinot Noir Rosé Champagne
- Made using the maceration method called "saignée"
- One of the oldest houses in Champagne with little to no sulphur across the range
Have you ever heard of the term "vinous"? Vinosity means to resemble a 'winey' character its entirety. If we are being upfront, so is this wine. Filled with black fruit, wild raspberry and ruby grapefruit.
This will wake the senses and remind you what good rosé champagne looks like. Made in the traditional Saignée or better known as the maceration method, so dark in colour, towards coral.
If you like light red wine, this is almost like a Burgundy with bubbles. This is a full-flavoured champagne, with a little bitter cherry, aperol-like with a clean fruit driven palate.