NV Pierre Paillard "Les Terres Roses" Rosé Bouzy Grand Cru, Brut, Champagne, France


Strength, elegance, and wealth distinguish the creamy taste of champagne. The initial tones of apple and pear give way to shades of brioche, toast with butter, toasted almonds, and hazelnuts. The aftertaste has a floral character, excellent sharpness and firmness, leaving a bitter citrus note and mineral nuances.

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Vinous, full-bodied and pure Rosé, Les Terres Roses is crafted primarily with chardonnay and a small percentage of "Bouzy Rouge", a still red wine made from old vine pinot noir.

Les Terres Roses benefits from extended aging "sur lie": 3 years in our 19th century cellars at a constant 50°F/10°C temperature.


Champagne Pierre Paillard is distinguished by one of those wonderful styles that amazes you with its complexity, elegance, and refinement, revealing the soul of Grand Cru Bouzy to you. Historically, the ownership of the Paillard family began in 1768. The Commune of Bouzy is known for its Pinot Noir wines and is located in the heart of the great terroir of Montagne de Reims. 

Today the family is represented by the brothers, Antoine and Quentin Payar, who continue the tradition of quality, and respect for the soil and grapevine. Thanks to such a philosophy, they succeed in amazingly accurately demonstrating the subtlety and magnificence of Bouzy's stunning terroir. The area of ​​30 vineyards occupies 11 hectares, which are planted with Pinot Noir (60%) and Chardonnay (40%) vines. Part of the crop is used to create original and unique dry wines. In the last 20 years, chemical fertilizers have not been used here and they adhere to organic methods of viticulture.



Grape(s) Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
Farming Organic