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Larmandier-Bernier Rosé de Saignée Non vintage Bottle 75cl Nu

Patrick Borras

Served by Patrick Borras at the restaurant Pierre Gagnaire***

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Champagnes from this producer are available in the following restaurants:
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  • Grape varieties

    Pinot Noir (100%)

  • Terroirs

    Côte des blancsVertus

  • scale of crus

    Premier cru


  • Couleur:

  • Non vintage

  • Oak aged

    Aged in vats

  • Malolactic Fermentation :


  • Dosage:

    Extra brut (between 0 and 6 gr/l)


  • Aromas


  • Pairings

    Serve with characterful dishes or dessert

  • Serving température


  • Tasting window

    Tasting window20192022


Rosé de Saignée Extra-Brut from Larmandier-Bernier is an intense, concentrated, richly fruity champagne, gourmand and gastronomic.

It is made using the free-run technique, uniquely from Pinot Noir old vines on the Vertus terroir where the champagne house Larmandier-Bernier is established.

This method, little used in Champagne, consists of allowing the grapes to macerate for a few hours or up to a few days, depending on the desired result.

For this Rosé de Saignée Extra-Brut, Pierre and Sophie Larmandier have chosen a maceration of 2 days duration which has given this cuvee its deeply intense color and distinctive aromas.

It is then vatted, and matured on its lees over winter before being bottled and laid in the cellars for around 2 years for full aromatic development.

The great quality, maturity and concentration of the Pinot Noir grapes permit a very light dosage.

Larmandier-Bernier Rosé de Saignée Extra-Brut will go marvelously well with wild smoked salmon or venison with cranberry sauce, and is also delicious on its own.


By Patrick Borras


Rosé de Saignée Extra-Brut from Larmandier-Bernier is a deep garnet colored champagne, with gleams of ruby and intense, energetic bubbles.


Very fruity, ripe red fruit and compote aromas are followed by slightly spicy, peppery notes which complete the expressive aromatic palette.


The attack in the mouth is fresh, pure and incisive and the palate slightly vinous, with aromas of macerated red fruits and compote.


It is a rosé champagne which will find its best expression as an accompaniment to red meat or game dishes, and should be served at a temperature of between 8 and 9°C.

Opinion of thewine guides

4.2 / 5(7 comments)
16 / 20
Bettane & Desseauve
16 / 20
Gault & Millau
16 / 20
Jancis Robinson
93 / 100
16 / 20
Revue du Vin de France
77 / 100
Richard Juhlin
91 / 100
Wine Spectator

Customer reviews

4.4/5 (10 Customer reviews)
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Reviewsof this cuvee

  1. Jean-Philippe S.December 22, 2018

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  2. Michel G.June 19, 2018

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  3. Véronique D.January 7, 2017

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  4. Emmanuel R.November 17, 2016

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  5. Marie d.November 11, 2016

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  6. Xavier c.October 27, 2016

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  7. Maike S.September 21, 2015

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  8. Philippe p.February 17, 2015

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  9. Loïs H.March 30, 2014

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  10. Lagorio G.March 2, 2013

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Format: bottle
Terroirs: cote des blancs
Category of champagne: champagne extra brut
Malolactic fermentation: Undergone
Type de champagne: Rosé de saignée
Cépage: Pinot Noir