The Champagne Grand Cru Brut Rosé from A&S Boever is a blend of 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay. It is blended with a small percentage of Bouzy Rouge grapes.
|Blend of 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay with red wine from Bouzy.
Made with Vintages 2014 (70%) and 2013 (30%) grapes. Harvested from Louvois and Bouzy on 40 year old vines, this champagne is aged 4 years in the cellars.
Dosage is 10g/L (brut champagne).
When to drink
|A rosé champagne is often considered special. Make a toast, celebrate and enjoy as an aperitif. Or it’s a great accompaniment to a meal, particularly seafood. Pair with Tuna, Salmon or prawn. Also great with a red fruit dessert.|
|A pink “raspberry” hue with slight salmon-pink highlights. A powerful nose with cherry and redcurrant aromas, secondary aromas are hints of orange peel and a touch of liquorice. On the palate, this is a round and balanced champagne, with a hint of red fruit finish.|
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Champagne A&S Boever is located in the Montagne de Reims area, the northernmost of the Champagne region, where Pinot Noir is the predominant grape varietal.
The Boever family owns 5 hectares, located in the sought after Grand Cru villages of Louvois, Aÿ, and Bouzy. Anne-Sophie, Sébastien & Thomas Boever are the 3 generation to manage the vineyard since 1946. Each custodian understands they need to be true to the values of responsibility, sustainability and authenticity. Overseeing cultivation of the vines, the winemaking process, marketing and sales of their wonderful champagne. With the exception of bottling, the entire champagne making process is completed on the estate.
This attention to detail adds up to a unique, high-quality experience each time you pour A&S Boever
We enjoyed a bottle of the A&S Boever Rosé Brut Grand Cru as part of a mixed case – the best kind of selection box. It was a standout bottle from the selection and we’ve made sure to order more.