This Christian Naudé Rosé Brut cuvee is made from a single terroir in the Marne Valley, giving it aromatic harmony.
This rosé champagne is blended from the three iconic grape varieties of the Champagne region: Pinot Noir (13%), Chardonnay (22%) and Pinot Meunier (65%).
Unlike most wines made in Champagne, this cuvee is not made from wines from the same year, but from 30% of reserve wine matured in the cellars of this Champagne house.
This champagne is ideal with cold meats, grilled meats, fruit-based desserts or even as a simple aperitif.
Aspect: When served, we discover a dynamic cuvee, with a pink gold color, with peach hints and coral nuances.
Nose: Fresh on the nose, delicate, with aromas of strawberries, cherries, followed by notes of lemon and orange blossom that give it a lot of elegance.
Palate: It is crisp and energetic on the palate. We can recognize notes of strawberry, the freshness of lemon and the juiciness of blood orange.
Located in the heart of the Marne Valley, Christian Naudé champagne stands out because of its constant concern for soil preservation and the quality of its grapes.
For 5 generations, this House of harvesters has been making blancs de noir champagnes from the Charly sur Marne hillsides. Harvesters since the 1980s, this House perfectly represents the know-how of Champagne's independent winegrowers.