Grand Cellier Rubis 2011

The complexity of a vintage champagne rosé

Vintage 2011

  • Blending composed of 60 % Pinot Noir (“Rosé de Saignée”) and 40 % Chardonnay classified Premier Cru and from vines of sixty years old age
  • Manual harvest 2011
  • Aging process: ten months in oak barrels of 228 litres
  • Sixty months on lies in the cellars after bottling
  • No malolactic fermentation
  • Dosage: 8 g/l

Tasting notes


The colour of this wine is orange pink. The calm and regular effervescence gives birth to a sustained and delicate cord whose bubble is very fine.

On the nose, this wine is powerful, fruity, developing aromas of strawberry, raspberry, sour cherry and floral notes of peony with a vanilla finish. This bouquet of fruit is supported by slight notes of almond, cinnamon, honey and wood. Length, complexity and balance define a mouth in harmony with the nose.

We note a beautiful purity, an excellent finesse on the palate with a creamy texture that allows us to discover an elegant wine with and beautiful vinosity.


Wine and food pairing


This cuvee is appreciated with refined dishes, such as salmon in strawberry foil or fried langoustines. It can also be served with a fillet of red mullet, or even a rib of lamb marinated with vegetables. Finally, for sushi lovers, this champagne is the perfect match.

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