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G.H.MUMM's very first rosé champagne was made in the 1860s and was called "Royal Rosé". When opening a bottle of G.H.MUMM Brut Rosé, the wine lover will be surprised to discover a beautifully drawn rose. This is the work of Léonard Foujita, a Franco-Japanese artist and close friend of the legendary President of the House, René Lalou. The two men shared the same taste for fine things and the same spiritual values.
Respecting the legacy of the champagne method for a Brut Rosé, G.H.MUMM Rosé displays the following characteristics:
•Like G.H.MUMM Cordon Rouge, the G.H.MUMM Rosé cuvée is blended from 77 crus
•Including some red wine (between 12% and 14%), mainly Grands Crus or Premiers Crus, selected from villages known for their excellent Pinot Noir production, including Bouzy, Verzenay and Les Riceys
•Pinot Noir is the dominant grape variety (60%), endowing the champagne with its strength, personality and colour
•Pinot Meunier (18%) gives it a fruity vivacity and balance, and Chardonnay (22%) unveils its finesse and elegance
•The final sugar content, at 6g/l, delivers a brut champagne that is fresh, intense and well-balanced
•APPEARANCE: This champagne has a relatively pale salmon pink colour with light orange highlights and abundant bubbles that explode to create a fine and lively head
•FRAGRANCE: Amid aromas of fruits of the forest and pink grapefruit, individual hints of strawberry, cherry and redcurrant dominate and expand into delicate scents of caramelised vanilla, revealing the subtle presence of G.H.MUMM Cordon Rouge
•TASTE: A lively, dynamic attack reminiscent of fruits of the forest, and a freshness that is elegant, fine and subtle
|Manufacturer||G. H. Mumm|