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Henriot Rosé NV

The Experience

Drink When...
Everything's just right
Listen To...
Rhapsody in Blue
Think About...
Drink With...
Only with your eyes

The Oddbins Take

I don't know about you, but I hate being told to have fun. When the MC gets on the mic to ask "are we having a good time?" my answer is usually "I was, till you started shouting about it…" Sometimes pink fizz can be a bit like that. Henriot, on the other hand is that little bit subtler and more discreet. "Yes I am having a good time, thank you very much. Now let's just shut up and savour its ephemerally delicate, fresh perfume and red-fruited charm…"

The Vital Statistics

AOC Champagne
Non Vintage
Bottle Size
Regular - 750ml
Residual Sugar
8 g/l
Alcohol Units
Decanter World Wine Awards 2011 - Gold. Bronze Award at International Wine Challenge,

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The Style

Pinot Noir (58%), Chardonnay (42%)
Fruity, Subtle
Light Full bodied
Dry Sweet

Notable Features

  • Suitable For Vegetarians

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Henry Jefferies in The Lady 7/2/14: "Rosé champagne can sometimes be an expensive let-down so I was particularly taken with this one. It’s toasty and meaty with lots of strawberries and a little orange peel."

Jane MacQuitty in The Times 8/2/14: "Pink champagne is usually dismissed as the pretty pop that Edwardians slurped from dancers' slippers, but serious rosé champagnes do exist - and this is one. Henriot rosé is a brilliant example of why family-run champagne houses are a good thing. Any of you celebrating Valetine's Day with this seductive rosé's bright, lemony scent and long, creamy, spicy finish (it's a blend of chardonnay and pinots noir and meunier, with a dash of red wine for colour) will have a wonderful time. Great now, or tuck away until February 14 next year for even more toasty-yeasty flavours."

The Champagne comes from one of the oldest family-owned houses in Champagne, enjoying seven generations of uninterrupted ownership since the late 1700s. Champagne Henriot's Rosé Brut is obtained by adding Pinot Noir vinified as a red wine to the assemblage. Rosé Brut is made up of a majority of Pinot Noir from the Montagne de Reims and Chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs. More than 15 crus are blended, including the following vilage crus: Avize, Chouilly, Mareuil sur Aÿ, Verzy, Verzenay, Avenay, Vertus, Trépail and Epernay. A small percentage of Pinot Meunier adds a delicate fruit note to the wine.