Concernant le Champagne Apollonis Théodorine
Cuvée Théodorine Rosé from Michel Loriot’s APOLLONIS champagne range has been raised to the sound of music. The cuvée is named after an ancestor of the family: Théodorine.
It is elaborated from 42% Meunier, 48% Chardonnay and 10% Pinot Noir, including 5% of reserve wine. This cuvée is sourced from a vineard located in the Marne Valley, and it is HVE certified (High Environmental Value).
The nose unveils small red fruits notes such as wild strawberry and currant, with a touch of raspberry and rose. On the palate, it’s an explosion of wild strawberry followed by candied citrus. The Pinot Noir brings a good structure and strong personality to this cuvée, which develops as well a nice minerality and peach aromas from the Chardonnay. The final is energetic and crunchy, just as a green apple.
This wine is strong while being elegant, with a very fine perlage and a sustained acidity which forecast a great ageing potential.
Théodorine Rosé offers a pleasant bitterness which perfectly pairs with a red fruit pana cotta, or with white meats and seashells. A superb bottle for every lover of rosé champagne !
Don't wait too much, just 6500 bottles have been produced.