Champagne Taittinger is a world-renowned champagne house that has been family-owned since 1734. To this champagne house belong 260 hectares of vineyards. The house is located in Saint-Nicaise in Rems, in the chalk cellar the champagnes mature 18 meters under the earth. This cellar dates back to Roman times. The grapes are harvested by hand at optimum ripeness and pressed very carefully in their entirety directly on site and then fermented in stainless steel tanks. For four years, the rosé champagne matures on the fine lees in the cool, deep, dark chalk cellars. By regularly shaking and turning the bottle (until it is finally upside down), the lees gradually slide into the neck of the bottle. Then follows the degorgation to remove the yeast. Tasting notes:Light yellow with shimmering accents in the glass. Fine and delicate bouquet with aromas of peaches and apricots. At the palate soft, fresh, creamy with notes of raisins, fruits. Long lasting in the finish. Grape varieties: 60% Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, 40% Chardonnay. Soil: Calcareous soil, Brie limestone, belemnite chalk, marl, sand, clay. Residual sugar: 17.5 g/l.