Our Favourites - Rosé

“If you like the basic champagne (usually the Brut sans année) of a champagnehouse, you’ll be charmed by the rest of the brands” is a saying you hear time and time again when visiting the Champagne region. We’ve experienced it to be true.
Which doesn’t mean we do not have a favourite cuvée from the champagne farmers on our site.
Whether you are an amateur or a connaisseur, we are convinced that our selection of Blancs de Blancs, Rosés, Millésimes, … will tantalise your taste buds.

Rosé de saignée

Champagne Sanchez-Le Guédard

Out of respect for the traditional method, the Rosé has been produced 'par macération'.
The Rosé is a dark red champagne with rich aromas of cherry, raspberry and black berry.
You can leave his 100 % Pinot Noir par macération in your cellar for a few years. Drink it young at 8° C or enjoy it after 5 years at 10° C.
This Rosé de Saigné goes perfectly with strong cheeses, fowl and beef.

Brut Rosé de saignée

Champagne Guy Michel & Fils

50 % Pinot Meunier and 50 % Chardonnay
This beautiful rosé par macération can be used as an aperitive or with desert and has a heavenly fruity sourness.

Brut Rosé

Champagne Veuve Godart & Fils

95 % Chardonnay, 5 % Pinot Noir ( red wine)
Successful harmony between the traditional house style and red wine from the Champagne region. After having matured for two years in the cellars, this Rosé amazes the eye as well as the taste buds.

Cuvée Velours (Extra-dry Rosé Premier Cru)

Champagne Louis Massing

30% Pinot Noir en 70% Chardonnay
This delicate, elegant but also gastronomic rosé has flavours of strawberry and raspberry. Its sugar content does not exceed 17grams/litre, which gives a velvet feeling without really tasting sugar. This extra-dry champagne is creamy, a feast for your taste-buds and harmonious made.
Match this Cuvée Velours with foie gras and black sherry compote, a cake with red fruit, panna cotta with raspberry coulis.
This cuvee was selected by the guide Veron des Champagnes 2018.