Champagne Robert Allait - Rosé Brut

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Robert Allait Champagne - Rosé Brut


This rosé champagne by Robert Allait is a fresh and fruity wine that can be served with salmon, a dessert made from red fruits or an aperitif.

This cuvee is made from Pinot Meunier (50%), Chardonnay (40%) and Pinot Noir (10%) exclusively from the Marne Valley.

This Robert Allait champagne is aged for 36 months in the estate's cellars before being sold.

With a sugar content of 8g/l, this raw rosé champagne will surprise you with its long finish.

To be enjoyed between 6 and 8° as soon as it leaves the cellar!

Aspect: Pink color, intense, coppery reflections

Nose: Fine, fruity, subtle aromas of rose

Palate: Straightforward, intense, acidulous, strawberry notes, raspberry notes, good persistence

Contains sulfites

Henriette H, le 2022-11-21

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Olivier F, le 2020-09-21

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About the Robert Allait champagne.

The Robert Allait champagne has been produced for 5 generations in the heart of the Marne Valley. This champagne House was originally founded in 1890 by Raymond Allait. Passionate about the Champagne terroir, this winegrower quickly understood the potential offered by the ideally exposed slopes of the Marne Valley. A local man with a strong character, he passed on his passion, but also his know-how to his heirs who still apply his working methods. Despite its age, the Robert Allait champagne has remained a family champagne House. Thanks to Raymond Allait's teachings, the family knew how to nurture the vine and its wine and reject the temptation of over-producing, which some great names in champagne have done. Very attached to the land and its preservation, Robert Allait champagne has been committed for several years to sustainable viticulture. The 13 hectares of Robert Allait vines are now cultivated in strict compliance with the specifications imposed by the HEV (High Environmental Value) and Sustainable Viticulture certifications in Champagne. The Robert family voluntarily adhered to these two labels to set concrete objectives for winegrowers in order to reduce foreign contributions to the vines and restore the balance between plant and animal life. As the quality of the soil is the only promise of an exceptional wine, Robert Allait champagne is dedicated to working on a daily basis on the blending of the 3 grape varieties grown on the family slopes: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. The diversity of the estate's grape varieties, combined with the expertise of Robert Allait champagne cellar master, produce exceptional champagnes that restore the reputation of champagne’s winegrowers.