Gamet "Rosé de Saignée" NV

Champagne Rosé 100% Pinot Meunier

Climate: The region’s continental influence ensures ideal levels of sunlight in the summer which its oceanic influence brings steady rainfall with no significant variations in annual temperatures.
Terroir: Single vineyard Pinot Meunier that grows on a soilbed of clay-limestone & sandy clay. Age of vines is between 25 and 50 years old.
Ageing: The “Rosé de Saignée” is a rosé produced by the maceration of black grapes. The grape juice flows by gravity, without pressing and filtration while in contact with the grapes’ skin. Aged 40 months in stainless steel vats. Only produced in great vintages!

Color: Ruby-pink with very fine effervescence
Nose: Floral nose with notes of raspberries and cherry
Palate: Structured and fruity palate with fresh acidity yet long on the finish

About the Winery:
An artisanal, family-owned estate in Champagne, Maison Gamet was born from a common heritage and a back-and-forth story between the Right and Left bank of the Marne Valley.

The story started with two women, Victoire Garnier (Gamet) from Mardueil and Berthe Heucq from Fleury la Riviere in the 1950s during the post-war period, a time where winemakers were returning back to their land. During this difficult time, they combined their efforts, contributed to the recovery of vineyards and influenced the growth of smaller, boutique winegrowers in Champagne. Shortly after, Francois Gamet (Victoire’s grandson) and Robert Heucq (Berthe’s grandson) joined in the family’s project. Both of them carried on their grandmothers’ legacy and became key and influential figures in the development of the Champagne region.

1992 was the year when both families were finally and officially unified, where Philippe Gamet (Francois’s son), married Fabienne Heucq (Robert’s daughter), combining their know-how and heritage to create their own Domaine – Champagne Gamet. Today, they are joined by their children Jean-Francois and Marianne.

Through generations, Champagne Gamet has preserved their traditional form of viticulture while incorporating a certain modernity. Vineyards are located in both sides of the river Marne, with Champagnes showcasing the varieted expressions of the left and right bank terroir. Their wines are also made in both stainless vats and oak barrels, exhibiting a great diversity in style, finesse and savoir faire.