Pierre Paillard


Les Terres Roses Bouzy Grand Cru XIII|Rosé Extra Brut

Winemaking

Winemaking


Extra Brut Sustainable Viticulture

Earth

Earth


Mineral

Foods

Foods


Biscuit

Stone Fruit

Stone Fruit


Cherry

Herbs & Spices

Herbs & Spices


Ginger

Bouzy

Bouzy

What to expect


"The partridge-eye coloured Bouzy Grand Cru Rosé Les Terres Roses 'XIII' is a 2013 assemblage of 65% chardonnay and 35% pinot noir, of which 7% is added as red wine. It has a long and fruit-driven finish. This is simply great and well-structured rosé! You are gonna have to buy it. There is so much precision and pure fruit here!"

Stephan Reinhardt - The Wine Advocate

"With a bouncy, lively bead and bright acidity, this is open-knit and accessible, offering flavors of black raspberry, kirsch, biscuit and fresh ginger. Delivers a clean, minerally finish."

Alison Napjus - Wine Spectator

$95.00

Club Price $90.25 (?)

Winemaking

Winemaking


Extra Brut Sustainable Viticulture

Earth

Earth


Mineral

Foods

Foods


Biscuit

Stone Fruit

Stone Fruit


Cherry

Herbs & Spices

Herbs & Spices


Ginger

What to expect


"The partridge-eye coloured Bouzy Grand Cru Rosé Les Terres Roses 'XIII' is a 2013 assemblage of 65% chardonnay and 35% pinot noir, of which 7% is added as red wine. It has a long and fruit-driven finish. This is simply great and well-structured rosé! You are gonna have to buy it. There is so much precision and pure fruit here!"

Stephan Reinhardt - The Wine Advocate

"With a bouncy, lively bead and bright acidity, this is open-knit and accessible, offering flavors of black raspberry, kirsch, biscuit and fresh ginger. Delivers a clean, minerally finish."

Alison Napjus - Wine Spectator

About the house

About the house


Food Suggestion

Welcome to the new generation of the family grower. Brothers, Quinton and Antoine Paillard add a cool factor to champagne and are doing a great job. Slick new labels are just a hint to the progressive minds of these new generation wine makers. The wines zoom in on the Bouzy terroir that their vineyards are planted in (yes this is really a Champagne village!). This is a grand cru region famed for big bold pinot noir grapes with power and drive and it presents in most wines created by the maison but the wines are not tempered by dosage. Under the careful watch of father Pierre Paillard, the champagnes from this family owned estate are direct and straight from vine to wine. The Paillard family owns 60% pinot noir and 40% chardonnay grapes, blending pinot noir oriented champagnes and only utilising the ‘noble grape’ varieties. With a staunchly organic and natural approach to their wine making, these are connoisseur’s wines and are strictly on allocation.

Food Suggestion


As suggested by the house, scampi and lobster are a good fit, along with Japanese style dishes.