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Champagne Canard – Duchene – Brut Rosé

France
Champagne
Wine
Sparkling

The Facts

Origins France > Champagne

Appellation Champagne

Varietal Champagne & Sparkling - NV

Cepage 40% Pinot Meunier, 30% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay

Winemaking Reserve wine: 10% Pinot Noir maceration Terroir: Pouillon, Festigny, Vinay and Ludes

Aging 3 years

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The Character

Tasting Notes Refined and elegant, the Cuvée Brut Rosé is the perfect addition to your evening apéritif or soirée. To the eye, slightly rosy hue, beautiful pearl finish, with fine bubbles. To the nose, intense aromas of fresh fruits, predominantly strawberry and raspberry. On the palate, notes of red fruit and subtle spicy aromas.

Overall Refined & Elegant

Mouthfeel Fine bubbles

Aromas Strawberry, raspberry, subtle spices

Selling Point Delicate & summery Rose Champagne

Pairings Grilled white meat, Serrano ham, panna cotta with red fruit

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Brand Story

In 1859 winemaker Léonie Duchêne met and married barrel maker Victor Canard. They decided to combine their last names and produce their own unique Champagne, based on the Pinot Noir grapes they grew in the heart of the Montagne de Reims. They released their first bottling of Champagne eight years later, in 1868, to rave reviews. Léonie was among the first female winemakers in the Champagne region, and to this day Canard-Duchêne is one of the few Champagne houses still family owned. Winemaker Laurent Fédou describes the house style as “very lively, youthful and balanced with freshness and bright acidity”.

Brand Story

In 1859 winemaker Léonie Duchêne met and married barrel maker Victor Canard. They decided to combine their last names and produce their own unique Champagne, based on the Pinot Noir grapes they grew in the heart of the Montagne de Reims. They released their first bottling of Champagne eight years later, in 1868, to rave reviews. Léonie was among the first female winemakers in the Champagne region, and to this day Canard-Duchêne is one of the few Champagne houses still family owned. Winemaker Laurent Fédou describes the house style as “very lively, youthful and balanced with freshness and bright acidity”.

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