Winery Tasting Notes: Lovely deep colour, aromas of raspberries, with a nice grip of acidity on the palate. Good freshness and harmony, fruity balance.
Blend: 45% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay, 20% Pinot Meunier
Alcohol Level: 12.5%
Maturity: Drink now – 2027
Pairings: – Aperitif with fine tapas, small sweet tomatoes and stuffed artichokes. Light red meat or even a thin crust pizza. Desserts like strawberry or mixed fruit cocktails
Fun Facts: An expression of charm and seduction, the Thiénot House’s dry rose Champagne is a subtle blend of three Champagne grape varieties. Its beautiful pink colour evokes the delicate flavour of summer raspberries. The palate is seduced by the Champagne’s finesse and the nose discovers tangy notes of morel cherry and blackcurrant. The wine caresses and kisses the mouth with delicacy and lightness. A perfect balance between subtlety and body, the Champagne brut rosé is a homage to sensuality.
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