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Piper Heidsieck Rosé
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Dimensions tin box: 11 x 8 x 2.5 cm
Dimensions voucher: A6
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More information about this champagne:
Name: Piper Heidsieck Rosé
Country of origin: France
Type of champagne: rosé
Grape: 55% pinot noir, 30% pinot meunier, 15% chardonnay
Characteristics: Extravagant and fruity champagne
A lovely rosé champagne with an extravagant dark pink color. Lightly toasted with a lush strawberry and cherry aroma. The Heidsieck Rosé is fruity and refreshing, best served at 8-10 °C.
A flavoursome suggestion
Piper Heidsieck Rosé is a delicious champagne to share with your friends, at a party or just because you can, with for instance some cheese and nuts.
About the champagne
Piper Heidsieck is a champagne house from the French champagne region, founded in Reims by Florens-Louis Heidsieck in 1785. The Heidsieck name was combined with the Piper name in 1839. In the late 1980’s Piper Heidsieck became part of the Rémy Cointreau wine and spirits group. Before that time their champagnes weren’t highly regarded, but much has changed since then. The Piper Heidsieck champagne house works closely together with nearly 200 vineyards, spread across the champagne region. Winemaker of the year Régis Camus and his team refer to a set of “house criteria” that have been developed over time, seasoned with their own experiences.