NV Telmont "Réserve Rosé", Brut, Champagne, France

This exquisite blend of grapes, stemming from four different harvests, showcases its strong personality through a symphony of fruits and a full-bodied, elegant presence. Singular in its expression of terroir, a revelation of the variety that nature offers from one year to the next. Réserve Rosé evokes romance and harmony.


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This Champagne is a great representation of the house style, sourced from several vineyards including Damery (70%), Songy (8,1%), Romery (5%), Avize (4,4%), Vertus (3,5%), and Cumières (3,3%). A blend of 87% Chardonnay and 13% Pinot Meunier from 2015 with réserve wine of 2014,2013, and 2012. This champagne spends 5 years on the lees and was disgorged in 2021. A Champagne with lots of pairing potential, including bigger meats and cheeses.


Henri L'hopital founded the Champagne J. de Telmont winery in 1911. Currently, the fourth generation of the family, including Bertrand and Pascale, brother and sister, run the winery. They put their knowledge, traditional values, and sustainability efforts into the House for producing exceptional Champagne wines. Passion and love for wine have made them one of the 20 largest houses in Champagne. In 2020 The French family-owned spirits group, Rémy Cointreau, becomes the majority shareholder of Telmont. This purchase was driven by shared values and a common vision. The future of the House will be built alongside Bertrand Lhôpital who remains Cellar Master and Head of Viticulture at Telmont. In 2022, the champagne house added a new minority investor: Leonardo Dicaprio.

"From protecting biodiversity on its land to using 100% renewable electricity, Champagne Telmont is determined to radically lower its environmental footprint, making me proud to join as an investor," DiCaprio said in a statement.


Grape(s) Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier
Farming Organic