Grand Rosé

Can a Rosé represent a village of the Côte des Blancs?

Yes, especially if a touch of red wine is added to our Chardonnay Grand Cru. However not justany red wine is used, but the one from Bouzy, famous and valued for its Pinot Noir en rouge. This Grand Cuvée Champagne is a result of an accurate and rigorous selection of the best parcels ofthe Grand Cru Chardonnay and Pinot Noir en rouge vineyards, harvested and vinified with the utmost attention and care following the ancient traditions of the champenoise of the Mesnil-surOger and Bouzy regions. Vinification and primary fermentation take place in steel barrels at controlled temperatures. The malolactic fermentation is prevented, then follows the 36-month secondary bottle fermentation phase, with the addition of picked yeasts. Manual remuage or riddling “sur le pupitre” and disgorging “à la volée”. The low yield and the great attention paid toquality result in a very limited production, a boutique in the world of champagne


92 James Suckling
91 Wine Spectator

Artworks created in a moment of  inspiration sipping Encry Rosé 


Preservation and Consume

The ideal temperature to preserve our wine for long aging is 13°C /55°F, at 70-80% RH.

Our Rosé is perfect to be consumed immediately, but it can develop further aromas for 5/7 Years


We suggest to serve the wine at 4°C / 40°F and eventually let it warm up in the glass to reach the perfect tasting temperature around 7°-9°C / 44°-48°F



A wide tulip with a pointy base should be preferred, to release all the aromas without losing effervescence