This Rosé is vinified exclusively with Pinot Noir from Montagne de Reims.

Exposure : South-East
Altitude : 170m


Origin of Grapes : 90% Bouzy Grand Cru, 10% Ambonnay Grand Cru Montagne de Reims
Growing Area : Coeur de Terroir
Vines Age : 20 years
Soils type : Clay and Limestone

In the vineyard

Method : Sustainable Viticulture
100% Hand-Harvested


Pressure : Fractional (prunings are separated from the rest and eliminated)
Fermentation : In stainless steel vats
Reserve Wines : 0%
Bottling : October 2018


Ageing on laths : at least 20 months
Disgorgement : 25/07/2019


Drinking window : To drink within two years
Service Temperature : 8-10 °C (48-52°F)

Tasting notes

As 100% Pinot Noir, this rose have a “berry” fruitiness : strawberries, raspberries, a light blackcurrant and currant taste with in aftertaste a beautiful hint of ginger. A light sweetening, witch give a long final. A natural freshness on the nose and the mouth of a young Champagne with a great futur.

Food and wine pairings

Charlotte with tomato, Goat Pie, Crayfish, Timbale, Blue Lobster and Red Mullet

Alcohol content



Pinot Noir : 100 %

A joint venture between Champagne de Sousa and Burgundy’s Olivier Leflaive, this rosé is deliciously bright with red fruit. It has a weighty, vinous character with just an edge of tannin to give it extra richness. Hints of toastiness and fine acidity cut through its fruit core. Drink now.

Roger Voss
Wine Enthusiast , 93pts , 2017-06-01