This rosé Champagne comes in a vibrant pink color indeed, rather intense for the style, and with elegant salmon hues, that is to say with hints of orange. Clearly some purple hues in there as well.
The nose is dominated by pungent notes of fresh berries, clear juicy strawberry, and more surprisingly some zesty blackberry, notes more commonly associated with red wines.
There are notes of grapefruit and freshly-squeezed lemon too though, reminding us we are here with Champagne. It smells bright and zesty as well as fruity. A hint of a minty tone to spice things up a little. Not a hugely deep aromatic profile, with the leesy notes expected sometimes only discretely representing here by a subliminal sour dough aroma to the background. But it’s certainly pleasing and appealing to smell at, for only tempting aromas are represented.