Champagne Sanger: Tango Paradoxe Rosé

10th May 2015

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Since 1952, the students of Avize Viti Campus have been producing this Champagne with their Cellarmaster.

Crisp and sharp Chardonnay confronts here full-bodied and round Pinot Noir. The confluence of these worlds reminds the Tango, whose paradox is the unique union of a brisk and precise pace with an intense grace. From these two grapes stems a daring rosé: tasting reveals a swirl of red fruit amidst the elegance of white grapes.

The Blanc de Blancs is topped up with 9 to 12% of red wine produced from Pinot Noir from Vallée de la Marne.

This cuvée is produced with 2010 harvest. Manual harvest. Original technique for rosé Champagne production: bleeding technique on red wine for a more concentrated colour.


Eye: raspberry/salmon colour, bright and shiny.

Nose: pleasant, very expressive nose, fresh and fruity, giving out subtle hints of red fruit (strawberry, raspberry).

Mouth: fresh and balanced with red fruit aromas. Slightly spicy, peppery finish.

Tasting advice: our cuvée Tango Paradoxe can be enjoyed from aperitif to dessert. Be so bold as to match it with asian cuisine, with soft goat cheese, or a strawberry tart. Great as a cocktail.

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