Tribute to the Queen
Esprit de Victoria
The month of January experienced very cool temperatures that did not soften until March. Flowering was delayed due to some cold nights in early June. The month of July was hot ending with some violent storms. This allowed the berries to fill out very well, but the September sun dried everything out nicely.. The late maturity meant that the bunches arriving at the press were full of sweet berries.
24% Chardonnay, 11% Pinot Meunier, 65% Pinot Noir, of which 18% is red wine from Cumières, predominantly from the Grand Cru and Premier. Cru Vineyards : Cumières, Mailly, Rilly, Chouilly, Le Mesnil sur Oger, Avize…
Aging : parcel by parcel in tanks then in bottle for a minimum of 6 years.
To the eye, a beautiful intense pink with a gentle effervescence. The nose is fine and attractive with aromas of ripe red fruits, wild strawberries and cherries, followed by notes of mint and orange. The palate is lively with plenty of fruit (kirsch, candied fruit) evolving into more exotic notes. A rich complex and balanced structure that combines body and finesse ends with beautiful length.
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An elegant cuvée, ideal for an aperitif in the evening. The Victoria Rosé 2010 can enhance your table alongside beef carpaccio with duck foie gras; bluefin tuna, sweet peppers and balsamic caramel; and stuffed eggplant with smoked salmon and parmesan cheese.
10 different champagne styles
Our historic family-run House was founded in 1825 and is the only one making champagne in Châlons-en-Champagne today.
It stands out thanks to the know-how passed down through six generations.
Our champagne has been part of history many times and was chosen for the royal courts of both Queen Victoria and Edward VII.