Roederer anticipates lovers’ demand for rosé Champagne

05 February, 2010

Roederer is launching its Brut Rosé 2005 in time for Valentine’s Day.

The wine is made using the saignée method, with 66% Pinot Noir and 34% Chardonnay. It is matured for four years in the cellars then rested for six months after disgorgement.

The wine is described by the company as salmon pink in colour, generous, racy and sophisticated, with “incredible aromatic persistence”.

Stockists include Lea & Sandeman, Inverarity Vaults, Harrods, Butlers Wines, the Cellar Syndicate, thedrinkshop.com, Fine & Rare and Harvey Nichols.




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