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DetailsDrink now through to 2022. Serve well chilled.
The subtle salmon colour of this Premier Cru Rosé comes from the addition of around 5% red wine to the assemblage of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. When poured into flutes the gentle, persistent bubbles take centre stage and the Pinot Noir which makes up 40% of the blend announces its presence with ripe redcurrant, mulberry and raspberry aromas. Take a sip and you’ll be rewarded with a soft, well-rounded mouthfeel which is balanced by crisp acidity.
To really show off and celebrate the bright red berry and plum flavours in this Champagne, serve it alongside a dessert of Sabayon with wild berries or a cold strawberry soup. Or for a sensational main course pairing, try this with a festive game or quail dish and homemade cranberry sauce.
All of Michel Forget’s wines are aged in traditional Champagne cellars which have been hewn out of the chalk 15 metres below ground. These cellars ensure ideal ageing conditions for Champagne since here the temperatures remain at a constant year-round temperature of 10.5°C. This Premier Cru Rosé spends a minimum of 30 months ageing in these cellars until it is ready to be disgorged and released to the public.