Flirt with the delicate notes of red fruit, and indulge in the finesse of a Champagne of heightened sensuality. These subtle bubbles can be enjoyed day or night, before or after, and why not during meals?
The tenderness of Rosé Champagne
Welcome to the vineyards of Coteaux du Sézannais, a terroir composed mainly of chalk, with soil that oscillates between clay and sand, offering complex cuvées that are riper and fruitier than in the northern region. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grow on this great terroir of 1477 ha spread over 12 communes.
The Epicurean Guide
Dive into a concentrate of flavourful recommendations. On the menu: must-try food and wine pairings, places to get away from it all, events that couldn’t be more tempting and anecdotes that are sure to please.
… singing at the top of your voice and not just in the shower, gazing at nature, drinking Champagne from a blida, licking your fingers when it’s too good, helping yourself to more and not just a little, talking with your mouth full, laughing at the top of your lungs, kissing whoever you like.