Champagne Joseph Desruets, Brut Rosé
Our Cuvée Brut Rosé is a classic blending between Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. 5% of red wine is also added; a minimum ageing of 15 months in cellars and a dosage at 10gr/L.
Abandoned for a long time, the Rosé returns little by little to the centre stage of sparkling.
The colour is characterised by a nice pinky hue, salmon-coloured shades with a fine bead.
This champagne has a fruit-forward nose of raspberries and strawberries.
Fresh and zingy, with lots of red fruit in the mid palate and a rich fruity finish.
Champagne Joseph Desruets, Brut Limited Edition – Cuvee II
50% Pinot noir – 40% Chardonnay – 10% Pinot Meunier 100% of wines aged in oak barrels for 1 year.
Champagnes M & t Collection mainly produced by the assemblage of Pinot noir and Chardonnay that both came from selected parcels, were exclusively made from “the heart of cuvées”: the purest grape juice.
in this collection, these wines have been partly or entirely aged in oak barrels of Burgundy and have already vivified the Chardonnay. the process of ageing for a period of one year in oak barrels brings to the Cuvées of the M & t Collection a very aromatic mix allied to a subtle vivacity.
Champagne Joseph Desruets, Prestige Cuvee ‘La Bacchus’
It is by selecting the best vintages that the Cuvée La Bacchus was made. Bottling only 3200 units, all the grapes come from Hautvillers to guarantee an exceptional quality.
With a blending of 70% Pinot noir, 20% Chardonnay and 10% Pinot Meunier, this wine is aged for a minimum of 48 months.
A nice golden and bright colour, accompanied by an intense and persistent effervescence.
La Bacchus has a rich and complete nose of candied fruit, fine pastry and sweet spices.
A rich champagne, round with layers of quince jelly, apricot jam, ripe nectarine and blood orange.
The finish is long and fresh with vanilla flavours.
Champagne Joseph Desruets, Brut Reserve
The Cuvée Brut Réserve comes to a balanced blending of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The Pinot Meunier completes the blending with its sweet and fruity flavours. By family custom, this champagne takes advantage of a minimum ageing of 30 months in cellars and a dosage at 9gr/L. This champagne represents the identity of the House Desruets through its aromatic potential.
The colour is characterised by a golden hue – brilliant and clear – accompanied by a plentiful of fine bead.
A first nose offers precise and expressive tones, rich of orchard blossom, from ripe red apple to the sweet honey.