Our Rosé Champagnes are produced mainly from Pinot Noir grapes. The skin of the grape is allowed to mingle for a while with the juice to produce a beautiful and naturally pink hue. All our rosé champagnes are blended in different ways but they are all perfect for garden parties or picnics in the sunshine or for intimate dinners for two.
A refreshing, fruity rosé champagne made from 100% Pinot Noir through the process of "maceration". The juice from the first pressing is mixed with the skins of the Pinot Noir grapes and left for 3 days. Using grapes from a single year, Chevrolat's rosé is dry, with notes of strawberries, raspberries ad cherries. Perfect for garden parties and BBQs. Recommended in the Guide Hachette for 3 years running from 2009 to 2011.
A new addition from the Drouilly house, and another of our best sellers, this beautiful pink champagne has a higher sugar content than a Brut. Due to the higher sugar content, it is a richer rosé, accentuating the fruity flavours and adding a spicy touch. An extremely quaffable champagne suitable for dishes with light sauces and yogurt.
An unusual rosé blending the three main champagne grapes. Whilst being a Brut, this blend does make for a sweeter tasting pink champagne. A deep colour champagne exhibiting the richness of Pinot Noir and a nice kick of Chardonnay freshness. Like Lamoureux's other champagnes, this rosé can be paired with richer foods. Winner of 2* in Guide Hachette 2014!
This intense rosé champagne from Pierre Brocard challenges common assumptions that pink champagnes lack flavour. Made through the saignée method, the longer the juice is left with the skins, the more concentrated it becomes. It is extracted gradually before being mixed together to create the deep pink colour. Rich tannin notes come through on the palate, exacerbated by 4 months of ageing on oak. A sumptuous pink!