Light and generous in fruits, our Rosé cuvée has a fresh and voluptuous presence on the palate. Remarkable thanks to its body and intensity, the predominance of Chardonnay in our Rosé champagne also brings an elegant freshness to the tasting experience. The presence of Pinot Noir enhances the tasting with its powerful and vinous character, adding intensity and depth.

– Manual harvest.
– Blended Champagne per excellence.
Our Rosé champagne combines the delicacy of Chardonnay (60%) with the intense texture of Pinot Noir (35%), from the Champagne vineyards. We add Coteaux champenois (5%), a red wine also homemade and provided from the Champagne vineyards.
– Dosage: brut (8g/L) to preserve the character and purity of the wine.

Tasting notes


The robe of our Rosé champagne is distinguished by an orange-pink color adorned with silver reflections.


The nose is rich and reveals delicious notes of red fruits: cherry, strawberry, and raspberry. Hints of citrus, such as pink grapefruit are also found. Aromas of brioche and biscuits subtlety complete this olfactory palette.


The palate is expressed by the intensity of fruits. The freshness of the bubbles revives the tasting with a voluptuous sensation.

Pairing suggestions

Our Rosé cuvée, with its refreshing character, goes perfectly with fine charcuterie and meats such as lamb or duck This champagne enhances desserts made with red and exotic fruits, such as strawberry or raspberry tarts, panna cotta or fruit crumbles.


– Gilbert & Gaillard: Gold Medal since 2013.
– Gault & Millau, Guide des Champagnes: Recommended since 2017.
– The Wine Merchant TOP 100: Highly Commended since 2021.

Our recommendations

To preserve the quality of the wine, it is recommended to store your bottles horizontally, preferably in a cellar, or in the dark, at a constant temperature between 10°C and 15 °C. Before tasting, it is advisable to store the bottle in the refrigerator for several hours. The ideal tasting temperature of the champagne is 8°C. This temperature allows the wine’s natural aromas to develop and fully express themselves.