Champagne Brut Rosé

A Romantic Champagne

With its subtle and gourmet aromas, this cuvée is a reference point amongst rosé champagnes. It will be a pleasant companion to your happiest moments with its sparkling colour, its amazing finesse and its great intensity.

Tasting notes

The Brut Rosé is a blend of Chardonnay, Meunier and Pinot Noir vinified as red wine.


A pale yet radiant pink colour adorned with warm glints of gold.


Its special method of vinification gives this cuvée a light, elegant flavour, followed by a fresh finish with a taste of raspberry.


This cuvée unveils a subtle aroma leading to an elegant, delicate bouquet of fine notes of red berries and zest of citrus fruits.


This cuvée is an ideal partner as an aperitif and can also accompany a dish of wild salmon or sushi. For dessert, it will add a sublime touch to red fruit flavours.

Serve at: 8°C

From Florent NYS, Billecart-Salmon’ chief winemaker.

In Perfect Harmony with Pierre Hermé

Pastry Chef, Maison Pierre Hermé

 The first time I had the opportunity to taste the Brut Rosé cuvée, and it was a long time ago now, was at the restaurant of Alain Passard. What I liked straight away was the vinous dimension of this cuvée. You can sense that behind the champagne there is a real wine there. Next it begins to unveil itself more intimately, with notes of citrus fruits and red berries which are more subtle and elegant. This cuvée showcases the mastery and knowledge of balance. It’s this subtle delicateness, born from harmony and finesse which I like in the Brut Rosé. For me, this champagne is an ideal partner to accompany the desserts that I create. I’m thinking about a lemon, strawberry and olive oil gateau, where the notes of the wine are in perfect harmony with the fruit. I also have on my menu an entirely lemon dessert which pairs perfectly with this cuvée and its citrus personality! For me, this champagne can be drunk at any point, breakfast lunch or dinner. At any time, it’s like a ray of sunlight that transcends the beauty of the moment. 

Guide notes



92/100 VINOUS - MARCH 2023


Grape Varieties & Blend

  • • 40% Chardonnay sourced from the best Crus in the Champagne region
  • • 30 % Pinot Noir from the Montagne de Reims and the Grande Vallée de la Marne
  • • 30% Meunier from the Vallée de la Marne and the southern slopes of Epernay
  • • Dosage : 9g
  • • Vinification in stainless steel
  • • Malolactic fermentation
  • • 40% reserve wines
  • • Ageing on lees : 36 months
  • • Available formats : Half-Bottle, Bottle, Magnum, Jeroboam
  • • Ageing potential : 2 to 4 years (Bottle); 1 to 2 years (Half-bottle); 4 to 8 years (Magnum and Jeroboam)