De Watere Sparkling NV / 75cl De Watere - Champagne Brut Rose - Premier Cru

De Watere - Champagne Brut Rose - Premier Cru

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The Cuvée Premier Cru Brut Rosé de Saignée is made solely from Pinot Noir grapes. Despite its bright red colour, it is completely devoid of tannins. This Champagne is characterised by subtle notes of raspberry and blackberry with delicate flowery aromas.

Champagne De Watère Cuvée Premier Cru Brut Rosé de Saignée received the rarely awarded “Great Gold” Medal at the International Wine Guide Awards 2016. In addition to the Cuvée Premier Cru Brut Blanc, the Rosé by Champagne De Watère is the only multi-vintage Champagne to win this medal.


Country:
France
Region:
Champagne
Producer:
De Watere
Searvig temp:
8° – 10°C
Style:
Brut

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