NV Gonet-Médeville Rosé Grand Cru, Extra-Brut, Champagne, France


This is a bright and light citrus forward style of Rose. The nose shows some rose pedals up front that gives way to strawberry, pink grapefruit, blood orange, light cream and just there minerality. The palate is light with citrus, strawberry, light cream and just there minerality. Delightful!

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70% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir. Chardonnay from the Le Mesnil sur Oger Grand Cru lieu-dit Louvières and Pinot Noir from the Ambonnay Grand Cru. 3% still wine from Ambonnay. Fermented in oak casks. No chaptalization, no malolactic fermentation, no fining. Aged for 3 years in bottle. 4 g/L of dosage.


In many ways, Julie and Xavier Gonet-Médeville are the first couple of French wines. Both hail from storied winemaking families: Julie’s family is famous for its incomparable Château Gilette, and Xavier comes from a long line of Champagne growers in Le Mesnil. Leading a new generation of winemakers, they bring their family knowledge, methods, and passion to the many wines they now make together.

In 2000, when his family’s plots in Champagne were being divided, Xavier opted for a modest collection of the highest quality 1er and Grand Cru vineyards with a goal of producing only the most exquisite, small-production Champagnes. Champagne Gonet-Médeville’s Pinot Noir (1er Cru Bisseuil and Grand Cru Ambonnay) and Chardonnay (Grand Cru Mesnil-Sur-Oger) are farmed organically, and each parcel is vinified separately to emphasize its individual terroir. There is no chaptalization, malolactic fermentation, or fining, and dosage is minute. The wines are matured for a minimum of two years before release.

Gonet-Médeville is part of the group Les Artisans du Champagne, which prides itself on uniting work in the vineyard with work in the cellar. As Julie and Xavier themselves say, “being Champagne Artisans expresses our total involvement in all stages the production of our Champagnes. From growing practices to the choice of plant material, from harvest to disgorging, we come in and create living Champagnes reflecting our knowledge and culture.” The resulting wines are elegant, delicate, festive, and easy to drink.


Grape(s) Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
Farming Sustainable