Its beautiful pretty salmon pink colour and its lingering bubble foam call out a complex blend of varietal aromas, aromas of white flesh fruit and a slight nectarine note resulting from the Pinot. They they move towards grilled, toasted and brioche aromas thatbring harmony to this bouquet, which is striking on account of its freshness and vivacity. Once on the palate, the freshness returns thanks to the delicate effervescence and wonderful acidity. The palate is a blend of spices, white flesh fruits and toasted and grilled notes. The finish is long and refreshing. Sommelier's tip: Première Bulle Rosé is made to serve as an appetiser : It will therefore go wonderfully with your aperitifs or cocktail suppers. At the table, it will be the ideal partner to summer desserts such as red fruit salads or fruit tarts.