This Champagne is produced by the Boizel House, established in 1834 and located in Épernay, in the heart of Champagne. The grapes for this rosé are a blend of 50% Pinot Noir, 20% Chardonnay, and 30% Pinot Meunier sourced from Grands and Premiers Cru vineyards. The still wines (vins clairs) from the recent year are blended with 20% of reserve wines kept from the previous two harvests, ensuring consistency. By using reserve wines within two vintages only, Boizel is able to preserve freshness in their wines, a signature trait of their winemaking style. The wine is aged for three years on its lees, in the bottle. 

Nose: Delicate notes of cherry and strawberry.
Palate:  Creamy mouthfeel, persistent and fine bubbles with an accent on raspberry, citrus, and subtle notes of spice and minerality on a long finish.
Alcohol: 12%
SRP: $61.99
Pairings: Enjoy as an aperitif or serve with just about anything, including dessert!

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