Fresne Ducret Spagyrie Champagne Rosé
  • Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir
  • Vegan-Friendly
  • Dry
  • Medium Bodied
  • 750ml

Fresne Ducret Spagyrie Champagne Rosé

Champagne,
Regular price $67.95per bottle ($407.70per case)
6 bottles per case
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Floral & Citrusy

Fresne-Ducret is rich in family history and has been rooted in the premier cru village of Villedommange since the mid 1800s. Originally growing grapes for the big champagne houses, it wasn’t until the end of the second world war that the family decided to make their own wine. The tradition carries on today with Pierre Fresne and his wife Daniella (an Oakville ex-pat). Their philosophy is to produce wines that best exemplify the terroir of Villedommange, and they do this with sustainability in mind.

An immersion into the fascinating field of alchemy. Using the grand principles of blending, Champagne Fresne Ducret separated, extracted, then combined the best of its three grape varieties to yield a cuvée remarkable for its generosity.

A voyage into the heart of our terroir and its pinots, the red wine vinification brings to this rosé by blending aromas of strawberry and raspberry. Deep pink colour, with copper nuances. A nice foam when poured stabilizes into a lovely string of pearls. The nose is dominated by red fruits—raspberry, redcurrant, pomegranate—punctuated with citrus notes. In the mouth, a moreishness characterized by Biscuits Roses and violet. 

Serve with seared duck breast, berry tarts, or raspberries with sabayon.

About the Winery

Champagne Fresne Ducret

Fresne-Ducret is rich in family history and has been rooted in the premier cru village of Villedommange since the mid 1800s. Originally growing grapes for the big champagne houses, it wasn’t until the end of the second world war that the family decided to make their own wine. The tradition carries on today with Pierre Fresne and his wife Daniella (an Oakville ex-pat). Their philosophy is to produce wines that best exemplify the terroir of Villedommange, and they do this with sustainability in mind.

In 2014, Pierre Fresne embarked on a new adventure by creating a limited series of champagnes based on his desire for experimentation. Since then, he has produced one or two of these wines each year. Each are unique, according to his wishes and the profile of the vintage. This unique collection is called Arquémie, the term for alchemy in the Middle Ages. In 2018 Pierre began converting the vineyards to organic viticulture, and 2021 will be their first organic certified vintage.