Marion-Bosser Champagne Brut Rosé 1er Cru is a beautiful sparkling wine gem from a small domaine in the village of Hautvillers, the cradle of Champagne (its abbey's 17th century cellar master was Dom Perignon!) The mother-daughter team of Bernadette and Elodie Marion perpetuate a family tradition, crafting Champagnes that are the very essence of subtlety, refinement and elegance. Elodie learned her trade in Burgundy: after receiving her degree in viticulture and oenology in Beaune, she worked with Henri Boillot of Jean Boillot & Fils in Volnay, and later at Domaine Jean-Marc Brocard in Chablis, where Patrick Piuze was then cellar master. When Patrick created his own House, Elodie worked on his first harvests, 2008 and 2009. Following six years in Burgundy, she decided to return to Champagne to work with her mother on the family estate.
Marion-Bosser Champagne Brut Rosé 1er Cru is made from 55% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir and 10% still Pinot Noir for color. It spent 3 years on the lees before its release. This atypical rosé has a delicate salmon color and fine, persistent bubbles. Aromas of small red fruits on the nose are followed by a bold and fruity palate, and a creamy, nutty finish. This seductive, elegant rosé is perfect with aperitifs and cocktails.
Enjoy Marion-Bosser Champagne Brut Rosé 1er Cru as the perfect aperitif and with every course of a meal, including desserts.