Champagne Boizel
Rosé Absolu

A complex rosé Champagne, very delicate, with subtle notes of red fruits. Born from the blend of the three grape varieties from Champagne, partly vinified as a red wine (8%).

Rosé Absolu - Champagne Boizel - Epernay France
  • 40% Pinot noir, of which 8% are vinified as a red wine
  • 30% Chardonnay
  • 30% Meunier

Ageing 3 years on lees
Dosage : 7 gr/l
30 % of reserve wines with 4% reserve wines aged in foudres


The Rosé Absolu blend is dominated by Pinot Noir, chosen for its character and finesse. The Chardonnay gives it refined elegance, and the Meunier, a magnificent fruit-driven fullness.

Its beautiful colour and aromas of red fruit are obtained by adding a small quantity of red Champagne wine during blending. This red wine, made from Pinot Noir grapes, is produced in Cumières and Les Riceys, in the heart of Champagne’s greatest red wine terroirs.


The colour is pale pink with golden, coppery glints. The very fine, light bubbles form a lively ring.

The fine, subtle nose, offers delicate, fruity flavours of red fruit (wild strawberry, cherry).

On the palate, the wine is satin-smooth and deliciously fresh. It is generous, wellstructured and round. The refined aromas of fruit (raspberry) gradually grow more intense, and blend perfectly with citrus notes against a slightly spicy and mineral background. The elegant finish has great length.

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Food & wine pairing

Perfect for enjoying as a delicate summer aperitif, the Rosé Absolu is a delicious partner for cold meats or lamb, and goes harmoniously with red fruit desserts.