Familia Geisse Brut Rosé Terroir 2010 (Traditional Method)


The October 2019 edition of Decanter magazine, referring to the 2014 vintage of this wine, asserts: ‘aromas are refined and seductive, with notes of strawberry, cranberry, raspberry, wild flowers, citrus zest and delicate yeasty notes…its precision will captivate even those who enjoy high-end rosé Champagne’. The wine scored a very impressive 95 points!

This 2010 vintage is no less impressive and represents superb value. 

Just one last case remains (@ 28/08/20)!


ABV: 12.5%

APPEARANCE:  Clear, bright, onion-skin pink

AROMAS:  Intriguing, complex nose shows soft red fruits, honey, hazelnut, rose petals and dill

TASTE:  Fresh, soft creamy palate reveals strawberry flavours overlaid with biscuity toastiness. Medium bodied, reflecting the short stint in oak enjoyed by wine prior to bottling. Delicate mousse and fine bubbles, with long persistence on finish

FOOD PAIRING:  Best enjoyed well chilled as an aperitif

OVERALL:  Top of the range aged pink fizz, wonderfully subtle flavours, drinks superbly

Made by Familia Geisse, whose owner Mario Geisse headed up Moët & Chandon’s Brazilian operations in the 1970’s, this is a sophisticated, excellent value 100% Pinot Noir sparkler