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Key facts

Country
France
Region
Champagne
Grape
Chardonnay
Pinot Noir
Vintage
Non Vintage
Producer
G.H. Martel
Winemaker
Christophe Rapeneau
Stopper
Natural Cork
Special Diet
Vegetarian
ABV
12

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Label for G.H. Martel & Co. Champagne Brut Rosé

Product Details

Tasting Notes

The look - A pink robe with salmon-like glints, The smell - Notes of red fruit (cherry and raspberry).

Dry-cured ham, Serrano, The taste - Liquorice, spices, crushed raspberries.

A slightly chocolatey mouth

Storage Instructions

To enjoy this wine at its best, drink within of purchase.

Background

History

The House G.H. Martel & C° was founded in 1869 by theTabourin family, a harvesting owner from Avenay Val d’Or, a small town a few miles from Epernay. The personality of G.H. Martel & C° Champagne is based on the know-how of the Rapeneau family, which has been involved in making this wine for four generations. Cellar-master and oenologist, Christophe, Bernard’s younger son, now runs the House, while his older son, Jean-François, is responsible for the sales development of the brand.

Winemaking details

Christophe Rapeneau

Regional info

In the north east of France, the Champagne region is one of cool temperature, which produces high levels of acidity in the resulting grapes which is ideal for making sparkling wine.

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