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Rosé Foujita

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The artist Léonard Foujita, a friend of the House, drew the rose motif which has decorated the bottle of Mumm rosé champagne since 1958.

RSRV Rosé Foujita is a blend of six Grand Cru terroirs, bringing together Pinot Noir from Verzenay, Aÿ and Bouzy, and Chardonnay from Cramant and Avize. Red wine from Ambonnay, another Grand Cru village, is added to the blend, lending fullness and intensity on the palate, as well as aromas of red and black fruit.

The grapes are pressed and vinified separately before being blended with reserve wines. The wine is aged for a minimum of four years in the cellars, before the dosage liqueur, sourced from Grand Cru terroirs and matured in oak barrels, adds final notes of pastry and vanilla.

The specific shape of the bottle, with its slender neck, enhances the evolution and conservation of the wine.

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  • To the eye

    Intense pink with salmon highlights.

  • On the nose

    RSRV Rosé Foujita reveals notes of brioche, pastry and vanilla, mingled with hints of ripe berries and strawberry coulis.

  • On the palate

    An impression of roundness and vinosity on the palate, and a tense finish with flavors of red berries.

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The unique blend of six Grand Cru villages in the Maison Mumm vineyard. Elegance and aromatic richness.

Reserved for a circle of insiders since 1838, Maison Mumm’s exceptional champagnes epitomize the excellence of its terroir and savoir-faire.

True to this heritage, RSRV represents the only collection of five 100% Grand Cru cuvées. RSRV Rosé Foujita is a champagne appreciated for its elegance, fullness and power.


The unique blend of six Grand Cru villages in the Maison Mumm vineyard. Elegance and aromatic richness.

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