A rich, deeply colored Rosé with a bouquet of wild strawberry, raspberry and blackberry notes. This delicious profile has been created by the uncommon Saignée (“sonyay”) method, in which some of the juice is drawn off the crushed Pinot Noir grapes, leaving the remaining juice to have greater contact with the skins.
The Geoffroy family has been growing grapes in the village of Cumières since the 1600s. Today Jean-Baptiste Geoffroy, who we tasted Champagnes with last week, has the reputation for outstanding viticultural rigor. His Champagnes are made exclusively with sustainably grown grapes. In his words, “the search for harmony with nature is guided by our philosophy of respect for life and above all for the future generations who will live on this planet.”