Champagne Nicolas Maillart - Rosé Grand Cru

Robert Parker : 92/100
Tyson Stelzer : 94/100
Wine Spectator : 92/100
Revue du Vin de France : 92/100

Champagne Nicolas Maillart - Rosé Grand Cru


Nicolas Maillart's Rosé Grand Cru is a full-bodied wine with magnificent notes of red fruit.

Blended from Pinot Noir (60%) and Chardonnay (40%) from the Grand Cru village of Bouzy, it has been partially vinified in oak barrels, which gives this Rosé Grand Cru a touch of complexity.

Its Extra Brut dosage (varying depending on the year between 1 and 3 g/L) also allows it to fully express the power of the Bouzy terroir, considered to be the greatest terroir for Pinot Noir in Champagne.

The Rosé Grand Cru Nicolas Maillart is a champagne with aromas of red fruits and wild berries. These initial notes give way to light scents of spices and vanilla.

On the palate, it reveals a frank and very fresh attack, followed by marked fruity aromas. You will be won over by its remarkable length in the mouth.

A true champagne of gourmandise and a spectacle for the eyes as well as for the palate!

Aspect: bright red with fine bubbles.

Nose: the nose is full of red fruits and wild berries followed by light spices and vanilla.

Palate: the attack is fresh and intense, followed by aromas of red fruits. Very nice fresh, intense and greedy length.

Contains sulfites

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About Champagne Nicolas Maillart

This family-run business invites you to dive into the heart of the Premier and Grand Cru terroirs of the Montagne de Reims.

Nicolas Maillart is one of the most innovative winemakers of his generation. Since he took over the family business, he has never ceased to remodel the approach to his vineyard, whether it be to convert the vines to organic farming or to reintroduce Petit Meslier, an indigenous grape variety that has almost disappeared.

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