A pale salmon-pink colour with delicate orange highlights, Mumm rosé champagnes boast an impressive aromatic profile, unveiling elegant and intense notes and irresistibly fruity flavours. Their freshness and complexity make them the perfect partner for aperitifs and desserts.
MUMM ROSÉ CHAMPAGNE, THE RESULT OF FINE-TUNED BLENDING
In keeping with the house’s motto “Only the best”, Mumm rosé champagne epitomises excellence and expertise honed over centuries.
From picking the grapes at peak ripeness to ageing the wines in the quiet solitude of the House’s historic cellars, each stage in the production of Mumm champagnes demands meticulous care and attention and illustrates the House’s quest for uncompromising quality.
However, it is not until the blending process that the expertise of the House’s Cellar Master really comes to the fore. A crucial stage in the production of Mumm wines, it involves skilfully combining still wines to create champagnes with an array of aromas and flavours, which celebrate the richness of the Mumm terroir. During this stage, the Cellar Master produces various champagnes which make up the house’s collection: Brut, Rosé, Millésimé, Blanc de Blancs and Blanc de Noirs.
Mumm rosé champagnes are made by blending 100 to 120 crus, including around 15% of red wines. The latter are made in particular from Pinot Noir grown in Grand Cru and other Champagne villages renowned for their still red wines.
MUMM LE ROSÉ – THE PERFECT EXPRESSION OF THE HOUSE’S STYLE
A unique blend of more than 120 crus from three grape varieties – Pinot Noir, Meunier and Chardonnay – perfectly complement one another and reflect the richness of the Champagne terroir, the House’s inimitable style, and the expertise of the Cellar Master. This wine displays pronounced red fruit aromas, followed by wonderfully fresh flavours bursting with vitality, balanced out by the elegance of Chardonnay.
MUMM GRAND CORDON ROSE, BRUT CHAMPAGNE
Mumm and rosé champagnes share a rich history. The first Mumm Cordon Rosé cuvée was launched in 1952 and was subsequently served at the Elysée Palace. In 1958, the Japanese-French painter Léonard Foujita designed the rose that still features on the capsule of the rosé brut champagne today. This precious seal, recognised by those familiar with the House, stands as a testimony to the friendship that ties the painter to René Lalou, President of Mumm for over 30 years. This historic cuvée fully expresses the elegance of an exceptional wine, as it has done so since its creation.
Mumm Grand Cordon Rosé combines the elegance of Chardonnay, the roundness and balance of Meunier and the power of Pinot Noir. It is the result of the precise expertise and passion of the House’s Cellar Master. Lively and powerful, this rosé brut champagne reveals delicious notes of red fruit, leading into a long, intense finish. An exceptional wine whose elegance is enhanced by a streamlined bottle, which allows it to fully express its aromas.
MUMM ROSÉ CHAMPAGNES: GASTRONOMIC WINES
Appreciated for their freshness and liveliness, Mumm rosé champagnes reflect the House’s tradition of excellence and the desire to offer the best wines possible to seasoned gourmets looking for new tasting experiences. They are a joy to drink as an apéritif and throughout the meal, where they go beautifully with the finest seafood dishes such as grilled lobster, marinated salmon, or even braised meats.
They are also the perfect partner for forest fruit desserts, which delicately highlight their delicious fruity notes.