Wonderful salmon colour, bouquet of red fruits with strawberries abundant, delicate but full on the palate.
Dressed in a white bottle, the Brut Rosé Grande Réserve is elaborated with a blending of “rosée de saignée” and traditional rosé.
On one side, the “rosée de saignée” adds an aromatic and generous bouquet to the red fruits’ notes on the palate. On the other side, the traditional rosé demonstrates the finesse and elegance of the greatest Champagne Rosés.
Situated in Pierry, a village in the “Cote des Blancs” and classified as Premier Cru in Champagne, the Mandois estate vineyard is 35 hectares, and represents 70% of the fruit for production. The vineyards are spread among 12 villages, and include parcels in the Cote des Blancs, the slopes of Epernay, and the region around Sezanne. Sourced grapes come form such prestigiuos villages and terroirs as Chouilly, Vertus, Pierry, and Epernay. Mandois’ vineyard is comprised of 70% Chardonnay, 15% Pinot Meunier and 15% Pinot Noir.
The property was established in 1735 by Jean Mandois. The estate is led by Claude Mandois (born in 1961), representing the 9th generation since Jean. Claude Mandois is now in charge of following the constant policy of the house and of the continuity of the family philosophy. Independent, Mandois can continue to take the right decisions over the long run, ensure the continuity and the consistency of the style and the quality of its wines. Bringing together tradition and modernity, the family Mandois is faithful to the values of the Champagne houses.