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The names of the founders are carried on by the house’s three Prestige wines, such as the Elisabeth Salmon Rosé, whose new 2008 vintage has just been released. The first vintage was made in 1988 and was introduced in 2001, by which time the estate’s rosé was already known and renowned, and its Prestige partner was in this case also made at the request of the estate’s most important partners – the chefs. It’s a blend of 55% Pinot Noir and 45% Chardonnay, coloured with 9% red wine, from 8 grand crus and one premier cru. It was fermented in the winery’s old barrels, and was bottled for second fermentation in June 2009, which was followed by 10 years of ageing on fine lees. The first bottles were disgorged in July 2019, with a total dosage of 7 grams.
Onion skin colour, glitter, tiny bubbles, wild strawberries, delicate reduction, stony phosphorous.