An anthem to pinot noir’s brilliant delicacy, Bruno Paillard Premiere Cuvee Rosé champagne takes its name because of its composition only in the first pressing.
It has a pink color that covers with a touch of raspberry when young evolves into salmon with aging. The fine bubbles are due to a careful selection of the best grapes, with perfectly controlled temperature in the cellar and very prolonged aging.
The initial aromas of currant and red fruits evolve to morello cherry, wild strawberry and violet when breathing in the glass. A touch of lemon denotes chardonnay’s discreet presence. With age, the aromas tend to dark fruits such as black cherry, fig and blackberry.
It reveals red fruit captured with all its freshness. The ending is bright and long.