Stuyvesant Rose

CUVÉE: BRUT ROSÉ

Technical Specifications:

Composition: Traditional blend of the 3 Champagne grape varieties from several harvests.
Made up of approximately 58% Pinot Noir, 22% Pinot Meunier and 20% Chardonnay for the white wine. A Pinot Meunier-based red wine is added.

Bottles: 750 ml

 

A Few Words From The Oenologist:

To the eye: The salmon-colored rose enhances the sparkling foam.

Nose: The generous bouquet evolves towards notes of raspberry and red currant.

Mouth: The mouth develops into a taste of fleshy cherry.

Grand Reserve Brut

CUVÉE: GRANDE RÉSERVE

 

Technical Specifications:

Composition: Traditional blend of the 3 Champagne grape varieties from several harvests.
Made up of approximately 60% Pinot Noir, 20% Pinot Meunier and 20% Chardonnay.

Bottles: 750 ml

A Few Words From The Oenologist:

To the eye: A pale golden color with sea-green highlights.

Nose: The floral bouquet releases scents of fresh flowers.

Mouth: The generous, spicy palate picks up the flavors of apple and gingerbread.

-Bottles of champagne should be stored horizontally away from the light at a temperature of around 12°C.
-It is advised you drink your champagne in the 3 years following its purchase in order better to conserve the specific flavors,         their optimal aging has already been taken care of in the cellars.
-Champagne should be served chilled but not icy, at a temperature of around 10°C.