Champagne Christophe Lefèvre - Rosé de Saignée

Christophe Lefèvre Champagne - Rosé de Saignée


Christophe Lefèvre’s organic rosé champagne is blended from Pinot Noir. This type of champagne is distinguished by a slightly more fruity bouquet than other champagnes.

Christophe Lefèvre’s Rosé de Saignée cuvee is a champagne cultivated and elaborated in compliance with organic standards. 

To fully recover the wine's natural aromas, the grapes used to make this cuvee all come from a single plot called "les vignes à bêtes". This selection gives the pressed juices a particular unity and typicity.

Proud of the work done on this cuvee, Christophe Lefèvre decided to significantly reduce its sugar dosage to 2 g/l, making it an extra brut champagne. This limited dosage, combined with a 30-month ageing period in the cellar, allows the natural aromas of this organic champagne to fully express themselves.

Aspect: Deep pink

Nose: Red fruit aromas

Palate: A light dosage that reveals a beautiful vinosity

Contains sulfites

Customer comments (3): 4.7/5

Umberto d, le 2023-12-08

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The history of the Christophe Lefèvre Champagne.

The Christophe Lefèvre Champagne is one of the more “recent” Champagne creation Houses. Founded by Christophe Lefèvre, a son of a Champagne farmer and grandson of a winegrower, this family House is located in the western part of the Marne Valley and near Château Thierry. The Christophe Lefèvre champagne is also one of the very few Champagne Houses to have always cultivated and elaborated its champagnes in accordance with organic viticulture.

This commitment, recognized by the prestigious “organic label”, guarantees the total absence of synthetic products in the vines, or the cellars. It is also the recognition of a viticulture more concerned with the quality of the grapes and vines than the quantitative production.

After years spent restoring the family vineyard, Christophe and his son are now at the head of their own Champagne House with 4.30 hectares of vines, blending their wines on the estate. After almost 40 years of existence, the Christophe Lefèvre Champagne has established itself as one of Champagne's references in organic champagne.