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Rose Champagnes 

It was in 1764 that Ruinart Champagne House sold its first bottles of rosé champagne. Big names like Champagne Laurent Perrier or Champagne Veuve Clicquot have also contributed to the development of this category of champagne. There are two ways to get rosé champagne. The "rosé d'assemblage" consists in assembling red wine with white wine in ord...

It was in 1764 that Ruinart Champagne House sold its first bottles of rosé champagne. Big names like Champagne Laurent Perrier or Champagne Veuve Clicquot have also contributed to the development of this category of champagne. There are two ways to get rosé champagne. The "rosé d'assemblage" consists in assembling red wine with white wine in order to obtain a still rosé wine which one is  "Champagnisé" thereafter. There is also a method called the "Rosé de Saignée", this process makes macerate after pressing the white juice of the grapes harvested with the black skins of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. The pigments contained in these skins color the juice which becomes pink. A still rosé wine is then vinified and "champagnisé". The champagne rosé ideally accompanies the dinatory aperitifs but also beautiful fruity desserts.

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