- Highly sought after grower champagne
- Saignée or Maceration gives it's deep colour and red-wine like aromas
- Pair with rare roast beef and steamed green beans
"Renowned for his long-lived Cumières rouge Coteaux Champenois, it’s no surprise that Geoffroy’s Rosé de Saignée also improves with time.
Now released with sufficient age for the vintage to be declared (on the back label) post-disgorgement, this is a style of medium, vibrant crimson salmon–hue and exuberant primary freshness of pink pepper, pomegranate, red cherry and tangy raspberry fruits.
Beautifully ripe fruit expression is intricately supported and freshened by ripe, brightly poised malic acidity, fine, skilfully handled tannins, exactingly balanced dosage, and the salty chalk mineral expression of Cumières." Tyson Stelzer