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Tsarine Rosé and Tzarina Rosé Both Win Gold Medals in the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles

Reims, April 2023

The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles has awarded gold medals to two Tsarine champagnes: Tsarine Rosé and Tzarina Rosé.

For three years now, the international competition has held a special session reserved for still and sparkling rosé wines. The latest was held in early March in Montpellier, France. 1,200 rosés from 25 countries were blind-tasted by an international jury of 55 members from the vine and wine industries.

The Concours Mondial de Bruxelles is a benchmark international wine competition, recognized by professionals and consumers all over the world.

Tsarine Rosé wins a third gold in 2023

Tsarine’s Rosé cuvée, created by Chef de Cave Isabelle Tellier, has won more than 50 awards in France and internationally since its launch in 2003. The latest distinctions since the start of 2023 include this gold in the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles and gold medals in both the Grand International Wine Award Mundus Vini and the Berlin Wine Trophy worldwide competition.

In the film “Tsarine Rosé: Secrets of a Success” (length 1’12”), Isabelle Tellier explains how she makes the champagne and talks of the meticulous blending process. She also reveals a few reasons for the wine’s success: “I use two words to describe this champagne: ‘freshness’ and ‘gourmandise.’ With its lovely color and delicate bubbles, Tsarine Rosé pleases women and appeals to men.”

Tzarina Rosé’s fourth gold medal

Tzarina’s new Rosé cuvée continues its harvest of gold medals in 2023. The gold in the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles comes after gold medals in the Berlin Wine Trophy, Mundus Vini, and the Sakura Japan Women’s Wine Awards.

Dressed and packaged by hand, the Tzarina Rosé bottle’s fluting alternates elegantly between transparent and frosted glass to delicately reveal the wine’s beautiful intense-rose color.

The cuvée de prestige, launched in 2022, is the latest creation of Isabelle Tellier, Tsarine’s Chef de Cave. Isabelle describes it as a “rich wine, with body and structure” and suggests enjoying Tzarina Rosé at a temperature of between 9°and 10°C, “not too cold, so that the aromas of its expressive nose can emerge — fresh, crisp red fruits like raspberry, redcurrant, and cherry, with delicate notes of poppy.”

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