- Type: Champagne Rosé NV
- Country: France
- Region: Champagne
- Vintage: NV
- Producer: Heidsieck & Co.
- Primary grape: Pinot Noir
- Secondary grape: Pinot Meunier
- Bottle size: 75cl
- List price: £38.00
- Code: 23465
- Abv: 12%
- NV, Silver International Wine Challenge 2019
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Rosé sparkling wines
- Sushi and sashimi; flavoursome seafood such as mullet with fennel or tuna tartare. Grilled lobster, prawns and crab
- Cured meats, full-flavoured duck dishes; chicken, pork and rich game meats such as pheasant or grouse
- Tomato-dominated sauces and other full-flavoured and savoury sauces. Truffle oil, Aioli, BBQ or mushroom sauces
- Middle-eastern mezze style lamb dishes and Asian flavours; Indian snack foods and Tandoori spice
- Artichokes, leeks, asparagus and wild mushrooms. Egg, niçoise, fish and rocket salads.
About the Champagne
This wonderful rosé non-vintage Champagne by Heidsieck & Co. is made in France's Champagne region. Available in 75cl bottles, supplied by Vranken Pommery. Heidsieck & Co. Monopole Rosé Top Brut is a delighful wine, made with Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay grapes. This wine has a cork closure and is made with added suplhites but is suitable for vegetarian drinkers. Rosé Champagne pairs exceptionally well with luxurious seafood, aromatic chicken and rich duck dishes.
A temperamental thin skinned grape and difficult to grow, when produced of any quality it demands high prices. The thin skin means it's very light in colour body and tannin, it characteristically has searing acidity and full lingering flavours of raspberry, strawberry, cherry, violets and sweet spice.
An area to the east of Paris famed for its sparkling wines made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. As many as 50 wines made from different grapes are used to construct a single wine.Explore France