NICOLAS MAILLART ROSÉ GRAND CRU CHAMPAGNE
It has a salmon-pink colour with fine lingering beads. Creamy mousse. On the nose, it has a pronounced intensity with ripe red fruits and forest floor. On the
palate, it has initially a wonderful fresh and vinous impact followed by a great finesse. It has a very long finish.
The history of the family can be traced back to 1753, now with the ninth generation Nicolas continues to the tradition of the house. Nicolas returned in 2003 after completing his studies in engineering and oenology. He is now in charge of the almost three hundred years old tradition and maintains the house philosophy of
bringing our the full potential of the Champagne terrors in their wines.
This is a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay rosé. Maceration on skins for 52 hours slow and gentle pressing using gravity-flow techniques. Vinification in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats and a period in the barrel for a certain volume of reserve wines. Average two-year maturing period in the bottle. Disgorged by hand and laid down for at least three months before sale. The wine had a dosage of 7 g/litre.