This champagne rosé will become your go-to sparkling wine for any gathering or celebration. This crowd pleaser is a subtle blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay with fine bubble and a fruity finish.
Base year 2020
Blend 95% Pinot Noir, 5% Chardonnay
Dosage 10 g/L (sugar)
Appellation AOC Champagne
Tasting Notes Macerated berries, white flowers, and voluptuous in the glass
Pairings Crispy pork belly, oysters, seafood paella, creamy leek risotto, and tabbouleh
About the domaine
Preserving The Monks' Traditions
Monial is a champagne grower with a rich history dating back to the 12th century, and its roots can be traced to an extension of the an underground cellar. The cellar boasts magnificent Romanesque arches and rib vaulting, adding to the overall grandeur of this storied establishment.
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Marina Chevalier is the current winemaker, she took over from her father in 2016, who still oversees key stages of the winemaking process to ensure that the vineyard's traditions are upheld.
The vineyard is also home to a horse, sheep, chickens, pigs, and cats living on the farm, adding to the vineyard's charm and rustic character.