Reims, February 2020
On Valentine’s Day, raise a toast to Love and see life through… rosé-colored glasses!
There’s nothing like a lovely bottle of rosé champagne to accompany that special dinner together.
Isabelle Tellier, Head Wine-Maker of the House of Chanoine Frères, has composed two menus in the colors of Saint Valentine to perfectly accompany the House’s two rosé champagnes: Tsarine brut rosé and Chanoine Frères Réserve Privée brut rosé. Serve at between 8 and 10°C, the ideal tasting temperature.
Tsarine Brut Rosé
Tsarine Brut Rosé is a champagne with a ruby-rose color, delicate effervescence, and aromatic swirls of red-fruit notes, with a long finish and a pleasing tartness that is remarkably refreshing.
Carpaccio of scallops with mango
Red mullet filet on a bed of asparagus
Chanoine Frères Réserve Privée Brut Rosé
Chanoine Frères Réserve Privée Brut Rosé is an expressive wine with fine bubbles, a creamy mouthfeel of delicate intensity, and notes of red fruits, strawberries, raspberries, and blackcurrants.
Foie gras and strawberry jelly
Roast salmon with sesame and coulis of green peas
Financier cakes and salad of black fruits
For a rewarding Valentine's Day, gentlemen, don your aprons!