Champagne Lombard Premier Cru Rose
OK, the winemaker says it's a salmon-pink colour, we think it's a little more orange, but it doesn’t matter because the contents of the bottle are delish! There's some appealing stone fruits, red berries and citrus on the nose, which translates to the flavours on the fine, creamy palate. It's all supported by elegant bubbles, some zippy acidity, and a long, dry finish that will see this match well with some freshly-shucked oysters.
The wine is left in bottle on yeast lees for three years before disgorging.