Preferential access to an additional level of complexity with vintage, single-plot, mono-varietal and limited-edition champagnes.
In this case :
The Champagne Rosé La Rue des Noyers by Benoît Dehu comes from a single vine, the Meunier, and from a single parcel (lieu-dit) of about 1.7 hectares, located in the village of Fossoy. It is an Extra Brut Rosé de Saignée with a low final dosage, extremely deep and intense, very pure and well-structured.
Incandescence : «Incandescence is the emission of electromagnetic radiation (including visible light) from a hot body as a result of its temperature. The term derives from the Latin verb incandescere, to glow white.». 100% Verzy Grand Cru, Grande Montagne de Reims 100% Pinot Noir Rosé of macération: 25 hours skin contact Wine brought up on lies in barrels or tanks for 6 months Aging in cellar "sur lattes" : 28 month in average Extra-Brut: 2,5 gr/liter iodic sensation, Velvety mouth feel.
This Rosé is a Champagne that combines finesse and intensity. Made from Pinot Noir (65%), Chardonnay (35%) with the addition of 5% 2009 Ambonnay Rouge. 90% of the grapes coming from the Grand Cru vineyard of Ambonnay and the rest coming from Grand Cru Verzenay and Bouzy Fermented and aged in older barrel. No malolactic fermentation. Cellar aged sur lattes for 60 months. 3 g/L dosage On the nose, floral notes that birng to mind rose fragrance. Then aromas of red berries. On the palet, this cuvée is full and round. Very precise and pure. Few degrees more reveal extra lengh and power.
Blending process rosé made from cuvée Invitation enriched with Chardonnay and the addition of still red wine from old Pinot Noir and Meunier vine from Ludes. Blend : 25% Chardonnay - 40% Pinot Noir -35% Meunier Bottle aged for 18 months - Dosage 6g A fresh nose roaming from citrus fruits to red berries. The mouth is fresh light and delicate An elegant and seducing rosé that can be enjoyed on many different occasion from aperitif to desert.
Blend : 100% Meunier – Blended process Rosé 87% base wine Les Beguines + 13% still red wine from Les Beguines. Selection of Meunier parcels. Spontaneous fermentation without S02. 228l Barrel aging for 10 months then gentle and slow bottling; Annual production of 3 300 bottles. Low dosage, this rosé is a splendid success. A great gastronomy wine.
Les Terres Roses is crafted primarily with Chardonnay (70%) and a small percentage of “Bouzy rouge”, a still red wine made from old vine Pinot Noir. Les Terres rose is a blend of 4 plots farmed sustainably. Vineyards: South-facing Vintage: Base is 2013 (80%), 2012 (20%° Dosage: 3 grams per liter (extra brut) This cuvee benefits from extended aging “sur lie” for 3,5 years in the domaine 19th century cellars in perfect conditions. This rosé de Champagne is pure, precise, aromatic, vinous and intense. A structured wine delivering great balance.