Drappier’s top rosé has a beautiful wild-salmon colour and ultra-fine bubbles. Complex bouquet opening on the notes of strawberry, raspberry and violets with toasted nuances. Round, supple, its rather lively spinal column tending the whole, in the mouth it brings red fruits to mind; it’s both fresh and complex. A rich Champagne with great persistence.
Food Pairing: crayfish salad, lamb shank or monkfish.
Organic, Low Sulfite
The house, founded in 1808, produces both vintage and non-vintage cuvee from parcels of land which are particularly well exposed and extremely rich in limestone. For the most part they are located around Urville region of Champagne, where Pinot Noir, the predominant grape variety, finds its loveliest expression and allows the production of very elegant, aromatic wines.