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Champagne La Villesenière

Boursault

For generations the family has been growing grapes on the Boursault hillsides in the heart of Champagne region. Passionate about land, Laurence and Cyrille now manage the family estate passed on by their predecessors Claude and Jacqueline.
They are independent wine makers and all of the champagnes in their Claude MICHEZ - La Villesenière range are blended from grapes grown in their own vineyards which are soon to be recognised with the HVE certificate ( High Environmental Value). The guiding principles in their work are respect for tradition, for the environment and for their own special land.
To achieve this balance they use a combination of practical methods (such as growing grass between the rows of vines and limiting their yield), together with other techniques inspired by the organic movement.
From the vineyard to the press house, throughout the long years that the wine spends ageing in the cellars until commercialisation, their aim is to bring you wines through which you can appreciate the same values of authenticity and commitment they have for their work they love
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Champagne La Villesenière - Cuvée Rose de Saignée

Cuvée Rose de Saignée

This limited-edition champagne, comprising 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay, was made using the Saignée method which is both more complex and also less common than that used for the majority of champagnes. It's thanks to this rare technique that we can obtain such a brilliant shade of ruby red in this outstanding champagne.

The bouquet of intense aromas is worthy of the very finest rosé wines and the use of oak barrels during the wine making creates a remarkable roundness on the palate and brings out flavours of ripe red fruits.

  • Terroir : Boursault
  • Grape varieties : 80% Pinot Noir, 20% Chardonnay
  • Production : 900 bottles per vintage
  • Barrels : 2 or 3 years old with a medium char
  • Vinification : Alcoholic and malo-lactic fermentations are carried out
  • Aging : 5 – 8 months in oak barrels