Champagne Bergeronneau Marion - Rosé de Saignée

Champagne Bergeronneau Marion - Rosé de Saignée 1er Cru


The Rosé de Saignée cuvee from Bergeronneau Marion champagne is a single varietal champagne made only from Pinot Noir. This 1st Cru champagne is exclusively made from 25-year-old vines located on the slopes of the Reims mountains.

This Rosé de Saignée cuvee from the Bergeronneau Marion champagne has the particularity of being a rosé de saignée, which means that this cuvee is obtained by pressing and macerating the mixed grape juices with its skins. It is blended from 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Pinot Meunier.

This brut champagne (0 g/l) is ideally served with dessert, but will also accompany a duck breast or a sorbet.

Aspect: Beautiful deep pink color

Nose: Very pronounced rosé with aromas of red fruits (morello cherries, strawberries, raspberries), very fresh.

Palate: Very pleasant in the mouth, good holding power

Contains sulfites

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The history of the Bergeronneau Marion champagne.

The first traces of winegrowers belonging to the Bergeronneau family date back at least to 1590. Since then, the family has been continuously cultivating vines in the village of Ville-Dommange, in the heart of the Reims Mountains.

When the Bergeronneau Marion champagne was created, the House produced its champagne in a cooperative. It was only after great effort that the Bergeronneau House was able to claim the title of independent champagne House.