« Making a Rosé de Saignée is complex and raises from an ancestral expertise. The pigments on the skin of Pinot Noir grapes naturally colored wine with a short maceration.


Our Rosé de Saignée, between power and fineness, is simply a reflection of the passion of the House. »

Jean Baptiste Prevost,  winemaker

Grape varieties


100% Pinot Noir Grand Cru from Ambonnay




Brut: 8g /liter




Wine’s bases 2012

Rosé from a short maceration of black grapes berries 42 months ageing period on laths


Tasting notes


Eye: Ruby color with salmon nuances

A thin and voluble foam

Nose: A complex and powerful nose, mix of red fruit (cherry)

and more exotic fruits like mango

Palate: Well-constructed with excess, leaving a frank and fruity impression. The aromatic finish reminiscent of the nose

Food&Wine matching

Charlotte with pink biscuits from Reims, raspberry...