Reims, February 2021
Let Tsarine inspire you to find just the right sweet nothings to murmur on Valentine’s Day.
To add sparkle to those precious moments when it's just the two of you, there's nothing better than the delicate bubbles of Tsarine Rosé!
And to escape the weather's dreariness, you'll probably be inspired to celebrate St. Valentine's Day more than once... So throughout February, the lovers' month, look for Tsarine Rosé Brut at the Chanoine Frères online shop at a discount of 15%.
Isabelle Tellier's Valentine's Day menu
For an intimate dinner or a late lovers' supper, let an all-champagne menu inspire you!
The creator of Tsarine Rosé, Chef de Cave Isabelle Tellier, who is passionate about pairing wine and food, has come up with a menu that happily weds with the Rosé cuvée, with its magnificent aromas of red fruits and remarkable freshness.
Ideally, serve Tsarine Rosé throughout the meal at between 8° and 10°C.
Sea-bass tartare with mango
Prawn and artichoke-heart risotto
Citrus meringue tart
Tsarine Rosé, a champagne of stars
Tsarine's Rosé cuvée has been lavished with stars in recent weeks.
● A new star in the 2021 Hachette Wine Guide
● A double gold medal at the “Sakura” Japan Women’s Wine Awards
● Gold Medal at the Berliner Wine Trophy competition in Germany
● Silver medal at the 2020 Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in Belgium.
Here is what the Hachette Wine Guide has to say about Tsarine Rosé champagne:
“A rosé that has been mentioned in the Guide more than once. It is a blend of Pinot Noir, Meunier and Chardonnay in equal proportions and gets its assertive colour, an intense rose, from the addition of red wine. At first discreet, it delivers fresh scents of citrus fruit and candy. The red fruit – strawberry, wild strawberry and raspberry – is unveiled within a tonic, mineral, long palate.”