Champagne Rosé was born from the inspiration of a Benedictine monk and is owed to Ruinart, the oldest champagne house in the world with over three centuries of history. This famous champagne is produced using various methods. It is called "bloodshed" when it is made using the old method of extracting the grapes with the most during maceration so that the final colour appears rosy. On the other hand, when the grapes are mixed with white and red berries, the process is called "montage", usually combining the Chardonnay grape with Pinot Noir. Its international prestige makes rosé one of the most popular champagnes in the world. On Svinando, you can choose some of the most prestigious French bottles for your personal wine cellar: discover them now!