||Rosè sparkling classic method
||The climate of this area is rather rigid. To protect themselves from the cold weather, the vines are low and very dense. The soil is mostly limestone, releasing it absorbs moisture during periods of drought.
|Composition of the land
||The chalky soil is very rich in minerals, important to give the characteristic flavor to champagne.
||Hand picking in late September.
||Fermentation in steel tanks.
|| For the apéritif or accompanied by the famous Rose biscuits from Reims.