Have you ever heard the term vinous? Vinosity means to resemble wine in its entirety. If we are being upfront, so is this wine. Filled with wild raspberry and ruby grapefruit, this will wake the senses up and remind you what good rosé champagne looks like. Made in the traditional Saignée method, so darker in colour, towards coral.
The flavour is quite rich with a little bitter cherry, aperol-like with a clean fruit driven palate. If you like light red wine, this is almost like a Gamay with bubbles.
We would suggest having this with some food, see our suggestion below.
Made using maceration method (Saignée - in french meaning to bleed). Low-pressure presses are used and all the juice is gravity-fed to avoid pumping, which avoids oxidisation. Minimal use of sulphur; Natural settling; Alcoholic fermentation for roughly 2 weeks at low temperature; followed by total and natural malolactic fermentation; No filtering.
Assemblage – 100% of the wines are made in stainless steel vats in order to preserve as much freshness as possible. After bottling, the cuvée is aged for at least 2-3 years on lees.
Dosage: 6 g/L