Gourmand Champagne gone wild.
Vincent Charlotte’s Rosé de Saignée Extra Brut is composed of 90% Pinot Meunier and 10% Pinot Noir for a bit of structure and acidity. Spontaneously fermented, with zero malolactic fermentation, this bottle of bubbly rests on its lees in barrels for 11 months. This offering from Vincent Charlotte is not your typical sparkly pink stuff, no siree. With its dark fruit aromas and powerful structure, this bottle of bubbly was made for serious multicourse meals.
- On average, Vincent only makes 600 bottles per year of this Rosé de Saignée Champers.
- The vines were sourced from organically farmed vineyards with clay, flint and chalk soils.
- The saignée method means, “to bleed,” and is a process where a percentage of juice from a tank of crushed red grapes is bled off.
- Filet mignon.
- Banquet tables.
- Learning the Viennese Waltz with your beloved.