The Rosé Brut Cuvee from Simart Moreau is a simple wine that will take you back to the roots of the rosé champagne tradition.
The Simart Moreau rosé champagne is all about simplicity in its raspberry aromas as well as in the way it is conceived. It is made from grapes harvested in 2012 and 2013, blended and bottled in March 2014.
Jean-Philippe Simart opted for a sugar content of 9g /l, equivalent to that of traditional brut champagnes.
For what occasions? This rosé is fruity without being sweeter than a brut champagne. It is perfect with cold meats, desserts, or simply as an aperitif.
Aspect: The raspberry color reveals coppery reflections and lively, fine bubbles.
Nose: It has hints of wild strawberries, raspberries and redcurrants which provide a delicious bouquet.
Palate: The Mouth, soft and measured at the start, allows the red fruits and refreshing bubbles to play an important part.
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With 4.7 hectares spread across the Marne Valley, the Simart Moreau Champagne embodies the spirit of Champagne's independent winegrowers.
Producing a Grand Cru Champagne since 1977, this independent House defends with enthusiasm its title of Manipulating Harvester. Champagne Simart Moreau is above all an expertise and technical process perfected over decades. With a minimum ageing period of 36 months, the House’s Champagnes benefits from conditions that have become rare in Champagne.