Champagne Tsarine is a vintage tribute imagined by maison Chanoine Frère. Founded in 1730, it is the second oldest Champagne house (1 year after Ruinart House). Its annual production represents approximately 3.5 million bottles.
The balance is in the heart of the Tsarine champagnes. In fact, the complementarity of Champagne grape varieties is perfect, between elegance and lightness. The blend of Pinot Noir, Meunier and Chardonnay is made with great harmony.
"Pinot Noir builds our blend, the Meunier rounds it with fruity aromas and Chardonnay brings finesse and elegance. The perfect balance ... Such is the spirit of the Tsarine assemblies. -Isabelle Tellier, cellar master, Tsarine champagne
Among the champagnes of the house, we have selected the timeless Premium Brut cuvee. This classic Tsarine brings together freshness, lightness and elegance in a beautiful setting. It is an ideal wine for the aperitif!
The champagnes of the Tsarine house are great champagnes, we selected
the timeless Premium Brut cuvee, the Vintage Cuvée, today the 2016, the Cuvée Adriana, a great white champagne blending Charonnay, Pinot Noir and Menier, developed in partnership with Adrian Karembeu the Cuvée Orium, Brut, blend of Charonnay, Pinot Noir and Menier, with a dosage of 3gf/l and aging for 4 years the Cuvée Blanc de Blancs 100% chardonnay presented in its black livery the Cuvée Brut Rosé, a great rosé champagne blend of Charonnay, Pinot Noir and Menier the Cuvée Tzarina, a blend of the finest plots matured for 5 years in the cellar.
With the exception of the Blanc de Blancs cuvée, whose bottle is black to preserve the quality of the Champagne, all the champagnes are also available in a luminous bottle, a festive bottle par excellence.
The cuvée Tsarine was created by maison Chanoine to pay tribute to the Russia of the Tsars (main foreign market of champagne in the nineteenth century), and particularly to young women of the Russian nobility of the nineteenth century.
Its beautiful setting with slender curves is a tribute to the architecture of major Russian monuments.
Then we loved Tzarina Champagne, a rare and exceptional cuvée with a pale color. From the blend of Chardonnay and Pinor Noir, this Champagne has a lot of freshness and richness.