Champagne Brut rosé - 4 references for sale online

Vinogourmets welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to present a wide range of 4 champagnes. Sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in grands crus and rare vintages. He pays close attention to the choice of Brut rosé to offer you the best value for money.



From two families of wine growers, Anne and Philippe Gimonnet have chosen the same path as their ancestors. It is in 1986 that the first bottles of Champagne Gimonnet-Gonet are vinified. 
Since then, Anne and Philippe have had only one goal: to create champagnes of excellence.

Since 2012, their son, Charles, joined them, animated by the same passion and desire to sustain a work undertaken a few decades ago by his ancestors.

this wine comes from a blend of 90% minimum Chardonnay with a small amount of Pinot Noir added to it.

Its very pale color, its extremely fine dress give it a lot of elegance and lightness.

Once again, it is a desire that the qualities of a Blanc de Blancs dominate the fruitiness of Pinot Noir on this Brut Rosé.


In stock
30,20 €


A blended rosé with a soft and fluid color, a petal color of salmon rose, embellished with some ruby-cherry reflections.
The nose clearly expresses the strawberry, in its fresh form as in that of jam or cooked fruit. A basket of ripe strawberries is mixed with a strawberry compote. A few lactic hints recall the youth of the wine.
The palate is structured while being in this constant balance between tension of freshness and roundness of fruit. It is dominated by the pulpiness of red fruit such as wild strawberries (cream or coulis) providing a soft and enveloping sensation. A champagne that looks accessible and simple in its youth, but maturing will preserve or even intensify its beauty.
Details Domain
At Champagne Gosset, for more than four centuries, everything has been done to perpetuate the know-how of a family craft in the development of our Champagne wines.
In 1584, Pierre Gosset, Alderman of Aÿ and winemaker, produced still wines, often red, with the harvest of his own vines. At the time, two wines competed for the place at the table of the kings of France: the wine of Aÿ and, a few hundred leagues further south, the wine of Beaune. Both were made from the same noble grape varieties: Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The reputation of the A d'wine was such that François 1er set up a vintage, a time property of the house Gosset. Then, in the eighteenth century, the wines of Aÿ and the region became effervescent.

Today, the wines are presented in an antique bottle, an exact reproduction of the one used since the 18th century by Champagne Gosset.
Malolactic fermentation is carefully avoided to preserve the malic acid which restores the naturally fruity aroma of the wines.
In stock
46,00 €


Description of the wine
Like all the Ruinart cuvées, Ruinart Rosé owes its finesse and elegance to its strong concentration in Chardonnay.
Balanced and fruity, this rosé champagne offers a harmonious complexity that can easily be tamed. Its rose gold dress reflects a delicate light. Its scent seduces the most demanding noses, its aromas charm the most experienced palates.
Like the scents of rare flowers on which it is inspired, this rosé champagne distills its anthology of flavors at every moment of tasting.
Fine and elegant champagne, Ruinart Rosé is based on a strong concentration of Chardonnay. This is where it gets its finesse, its consistency and its balance. Pinot Noir brings a delicate fruitiness.
Details House
Nicolas Ruinard, nephew of Dom Thierry decides to realize the dream of his uncle and his father. It benefits from a royal decree which authorizes the transport of champagne wine in bottles and inaugurates the 1er September 1729 the Maison Ruinart, the first Champagne House. He sends his first bottles to former customers who buy sheets and favors outgoing ports and boats. Success is at the rendezvous and from 1735, the production of champagne becomes the only activity of the Maison Ruinart.
Over the centuries, Maison Ruinart has cultivated excellence as a way of life. The successive heirs of Nicolas Ruinart have placed quality, authenticity and refinement at the center of the production of champagne wine. Thus, they perpetuated the vision of Dom Thierry Ruinart, the first inspirer of their art. In 1959, the historic Dom Ruinart cuvée is specially created in homage to the clairvoyance of this founding father.
In stock
77,00 €
champagne huot brut rose 75 cl


2 breeding


Expression of charm and seduction, it is the result of the assembly before bottling of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier which vinified by maceration, offer him his beautiful pink dress.

Ideal for all Champagne meals, the Cuvée brut Rosé also goes perfectly with all-chocolate desserts.

Settled in Saint-Martin d'Ablois south of Epernay, the Huot are winegrowers since the 19thes. The brand was launched in 1950 by Louis Huot, the great-grandfather of Olivier and Virginie, who in 2000 took over the 7 ha estate. the cuvée Black card  associates 80% dark (60% meunier) with chardonnay. She fell in love with the hatchet guide. She remains in good shape, fruity, balanced and very round.


In stock
27,50 €
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