A hymn to the lively delicacy of Pinot Noir, Première Cuvée Rosé gets its name from the single first pressing that makes it up.
Rosé multi vintage, is also created according to the rule of blending Pinot Noir under its two forms :
In White: pressed rapidly, after the rapid separation of the juices from the skins, the Pinot Noir musts are very clear and are vinified in white.
In Red: by prolonged maceration of the juices with the skins, Pinot Noir is vinified in red, more rarely in rosé.
First pressing of a majority Pinot Noir and presence of Chardonnay in a proportion kept secret.
25 thousandths assembled since 1985, in a proportion of up to 50 percent
3 years on the lees followed by a minimum of 5 months after disgorgement.