Henri Abelé is Champagne’s third largest house, with a distinguished 250-year
history. Its brut rosé, which is made primarily from Pinot Noir grapes, is
exquisite not only on the palate, but to the eye, where its luminous salmon/pink
color will light up any celebration. Moreover, because rosé Champagnes have
more body than traditional bruts, its authoritative Pinot Noir flavors, nuanced
by chalky minerality and framboise notes, make it a food Champagne par excellence.
Pair it with salmon, lobster, poached red snapper, or grilled duck breast for a
dinner party of unsurpassed elegance.