The Mountain of Reims provides some spectacular terroir for champagne. The roots of the Pinot Noir grape, which are used to produce Brut Rosé Valentin Leflaive, plunge deep into these limestone slopes. As such, they enjoy the best terrain of the renowned grand crus of Bouzy and Ambonnay.
The Pinot Noir grapes from which it is exclusively produced give it its delicate pink hue. Its fruity nose evolves across the tasting of this indulgent treat. In the mouth, it opens with poetic notes of strawberry and raspberry, giving a hint of pâtisserie, before developing tones of redcurrant and blackcurrant. A lovely touch of ginger on the finish punctuates this unforgettable discovery.