This wine hails from the Cote de Sezanne region of Champagne, which carries less cachet and therefore prompts a lower price. Triolet sold his grapes to large houses in Reims until 1985, when he began making his own wine. His rose combines a base of Chardonnay with 15% red wine which is a 50/50 blend of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. This is a fresh, fruity sparkler with wonderful notes of pomegranate and raspberry, crisp and clean on the palate with light bubbles.
About this House: The Champagne house of Thierry Triolet is located in the village of Bethon. The vineyards in Bethon are part of the Côtes de Sezanne region of Champagne which begins about 20 miles southwest of Epernay and extends southward from the town of Sezanne. Geologically, this narrow band of hills is a continuation of the more massive Côtes des Blancs. Traditionally,the Sezanne vineyards have been a source of excellent Chardonnay grapes for the large negociant Champagne houses to the north.
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