Our Rosé is announced with a rich bouquet of red fruits with delicate, smoky grilled notes behind. It is fresh and full-bodied on the palate with aromas of strawberries and blackcurrant, and is lingering and complex in its finish. Armand de Brignac Rosé is produced in extremely limited quantities - even by comparison to our boutique Brut Gold. Its beautiful color is achieved through blending up to 15% of a still red wine made exclusively from Pinot Noir, with the blanc champagne base. Our Pinot Noir is picked from old -growth vines grown specifically for use in Rosé Champagne.
Aged in a special section of the cellars, 119 steps (30 meters) underground, considered among Champagne’s deepest. Remuage (riddling) done by hand in traditional wooden racks; bottles are turned slightly by hand each day for a full month. Four genuine pewter labels are fitted to the brilliant pink gold bottle and polished by hand. Each bottle presents subtle differences in the tone, texture, and hues of the beaten metal. Packaged in a stunning black lacquered wood gift box with velvet lining and nameplate certifying the bottle’s authenticity.
Produced by the award winning Cattier family, owners of Champagne vineyards since 1763. The Chateau is rated “Excellent” in Parker’s Guide of Fine Wines and nominated for “Best Prestige Cuvée”. Production is overseen by master winemaker Jean Jacques Cattier according to strict, family secret traditions. Produced in limited quantities through a traditional, entirely handmade method by a staff of only eight people, each integral to the Champagne’s creation.