Champagne Bruno Paillard, a Family owned and operated champagne house was founded in 198l. From its inception demonstrated what champagne has best to offer; creating a secret assemblage of diverse crus, grape varieties, and a variety of vintages.
Since 1983, Bruno Paillard was the first Champagne producer to inform the wine consumer of disgorgement dates on it’s labels.
The Bruno Paillard style is the marriage of elegance and complexity, which translates into a light and smooth effervescence, a remarkable purity, a true freshness and a silky texture.
Multi Vintage Première Cuvée Rosé
White wine from Pinot Noir: after a quick pressing, and a fast separation of the skins, the juice is very pale and is vinified.
Red wine from Pinot Noir: is obtained by a prolonged maceration of the juice on the skins.
A touch of Chardonnay brings the necessary vivacity to balance the fruits of Pinot Noir.
First pressing of mainly Pinot Noir with some Chardonnay, the amount of which remains a secret.
a blend of 25 vintages, going back to 1985.
three years sur lie, then a further five months after disgorgement.
Extra brut, very low dosage, less than 6g/L.
Bruno Paillard’s Tasting Notes
The pink copper colour with a hint of raspberry when young, evolves to salmon while ageing. Fine bubbles.
The initial aromas of red currant and red fruits evolve to morello cherry, wild strawberry and violet. A touch of lemon denotes the discrete presence of Chardonnay. With age, aromas tend towards dark fruits like cherry, fig and blackberry.
The palate reveals red fruit captured at their full freshness. The finish is bright and long.
Each bottle carries a label with the month and year of disgorgement.
The Multi Vintage Première Cuvée Rosé is a great match with charcuterie, sushi, poultry or red fruit salad, dark chocolate.
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May 3rd – 5th 2016 Kensington Olympia, London