Pierre Mignon, Brut Rosé, Champagne, France, N/V
Blend: Pinot Meunier 70%, Chardonnay 15%, Pinot Noir 15%
Closure: Natural cork
Suitable for Vegetarians: Yes
Suitable for Vegans: Yes
Over several generations, the family estate has grown significantly with vineyards in the Marne Valley, Côte des Blancs and Épernay. Mignon produces stylish Champagnes with a fresh, vibrant character, all of the wines are made within their own cellars where attention to detail and quality is paramount. Their fresh and vibrant character is balanced with a soft and creamy mousse to produce Champagne that is perfect for any occasion.
The typicality and diversity of the terroirs make it possible to prepare high quality champagnes of character. The vineyard of 14 hectares is spread over the whole of Champagne area - Marne Valley, Côtes des Blancs and Épernay region, planting Pinot Meunier (60%), Pinot Noir (10%),and Chardonnay (30%). All of the picking is done by hand.
The Press and Fermenting facilities have been entirely redesigned and now cover 2,500 m²: The fermenting room is air conditioned and thermo regulated and press is ultra-modern. After the careful blending process all of the wines are aged for at least 3 years before release to ensure unwavering quality.
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A beautifully coloured rosé with delicate red berry fruit on the nose with hints of biscuity complexity. Bright, juicy and creamy on the palate with a core of ripe red fruit and a delicately scented finish.
Incredibly versatile, can be paired with Thai or spicy chinese or classic smoked salmon aperitif.
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At Champagne Pierre Mignon a policy of minimum intervention is practiced in the vineyards. The rows are grassed over to protect the soil and plant sexual confusion treatments reduce the need for chemical treatments to be used. The winery has recently invested in new stainless steel tanks with positive charged walls which allow for them to be cleaned much more energy efficiently.