Tsarine Rose Magnum
Hung in plush ruby-red, a fine series of air pockets envelopes Tsarine Rose. Smells of wild strawberry and blackcurrant stir the faculties
Body and artfulness consolidate to wait on the sense of taste with notes of red products of the soil
34% Chardonnay, 33% Pinot Noir, 33% Pinot Meunier
66% of the mix experiences malolactic aging, 33% is blocked – many-sided quality partnered with freshness.
Maturing: 15 months on the dregs
Chanoine Freres is the second most established champagne house. The Chanoine family is one of the most established in Epernay. In 1730, amid the rule of Louis XV, the siblings Jacques-Louis and Jean-Baptiste Chanoine built up an organization exchanging the wines of champagne under the name of Chanoine Freres.
Additionally in 1730, the Chanoine siblings were allowed consent by the town of Epernay to start unearthing of the principal champagne basements. The Chanoine siblings, genuine ancestors of today's champagne business, ventured to every part of the length and broadness of Europe where, on account of their industry and to the unquestionable nature of their wines, they quickly settled a sound and esteemed customers.
Chanoine Freres have made the Cuvee Tsarine out of appreciation for Tsarist Russia, the preeminent fare market for the wines of champagne amid the XIXth century.
The container configuration summons the whirling towers of St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow and the lavishness of pre-progressive Imperial Russia.