The roots of Champagne Dom Caudron are in Passy-Grigny, a village in the Marne Valley where a famous priest, Aimé Caudron, had a visionary and promising idea… The generous epicurean was an iconic vine growing figure in this Marne Valley’s village. He loved eating in the village vine growers’ homes and brightened up banquets with his passion. Dom Caudron knew that the wine they served at mealtimes to enjoy every day had a bright future…
This special rosé blends 80% Meunier vinified as a white wine, 10% Meunier vinified as a red wine and 10% Chardonnay aged in oak barrels. Traditional vinification and 2 years’ ageing on laths produce sensual aromas of red fruit. Its finesse and complexity make it a gastronomic rosé.Clay-limestone and clay-sand soils. Integrated viticulture, harvested by hand. 8000 kg Coquard press. Cold settling for 12 hours. Complete malolactic fermentation.
A gourmet rosé to accompany local cheeses. For dessert, it goes well with clafoutis or strawberry crumble.