Champagne Drappier Brut, Rose de Saignee


For one of Champagne’s most forward-thinking producers, Drappier has no shortage of historic roots. An eighth-generation family business, the house was founded in 1808, and occupies magnificent twelfth-century cellars built by Cistercian monks. Having spearheaded the revival of Pinot Noir in the region, in the 1930s, Drappier continued to innovate. Rosé in a clear bottle was introduced in 1968; extremely low levels of sulphur are used, and there is even a no-added-sulphur cuvée made; the liqueur d’expédition is matured for over fifteen years in oak and demi-johns; and Drappier is the only house to ferment every format, from half-bottles up to the gigantic 30-litre Melchisédech, in the bottle in which it is sold.

Champagne Drappier Brut, Rose de Saignee

  • Product Type:  Champagne & sparkling Wine
  • Country:  France
  • Region:  Champagne
  • Appellation:  Champagne
  • Producer:  Champagne Drappier
  • Vintage:  NV
  • Alcohol:  12%
  • Grape Varieties:  100% Pinot Noir
  • Closure:  Cork


A beautifully balanced style of rosé: elegant yet full of character. Pretty red berry aromas lead to a delicate palate of summer fruit and herbs, finishing crisply dry and refreshing.

Over half of Drappier’s production comes from the family’s own vineyards near their base in Urville.


Press  “The NV Brut Rose is very, very pretty. This is a fresh, energetic wine that impresses for its length and persistence. The wiry finish suggests the wine will drink well for a number of years, perhaps more if the fruit fleshes
out.” –

Awards : 91 points, The Wine Advocate, November 2011


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