The Huguenot Tassin Les Fioles rosé is a fruity, pulpy and crisp cuvee, supported by beautiful minerality.
This rosé cuvee is a blend of 95% Pinot Noir and 5% Chardonnay. It is achieved by a short maceration (8 to 12 hours) of the juices with the skins of the red grapes.
Its sugar dosage of 12g/l makes it accessible to most people and works great as an aperitif.
Grape variety: 95% Pinot Noir and 5% Chardonnay in maceration.
Viticulture: Sustainable viticulture.
Vinification: In vats
Ageing: 24 to 36 months
Wine pairing: Grilled red mullet and sparkling juice with peppered violet, tomato pesto with basil. Salmon tartar with dill.
Aspect: raspberry pink color, rather fluid and silky aspect, fine bubbles and delicate collar.
Nose: raspberry, redcurrant, pepper, red rose
Palate: frank and clean attack, creamy effervescence. Pulpy and crunchy fruitiness, supported by a clay-like minerality that gives bite and breadth to the palate. Fine finish with an acidity that prolongs its fresh and radiant fruitiness.
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Founded in 1984 in Celles sur Ource, the Huguenot-Tassin House, whose vineyards cover 6 hectares, is located in the Côte des Bar region.
In 2008, the House was passed on to Edouard and Adeline Huguenot, the second generation of this winegrowing family.
Voluntarily reducing productivity to avoid rotting, the estate's vines are the subject of passionate attention.
By perpetuating the cultivation of pinot blanc, one of the traditional grape varieties of the Côte de Bars that is now disappearing, the Huguenots offer their champagnes a truly unique flavor.