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Brad Pitt's Petite Fleur Introduces Fleur de Miraval Rosé Champagne

A new chapter in Fleur de Miraval’s rosé champagne legacy.

Introducing Petite Fleur, the latest addition from Fleur de Miraval, the only champagne house dedicated exclusively to rosé champagne. This new non-vintage rosé captures the true essence of Côte des Blancs with a unique blend and meticulous craftsmanship. Drawing on their "Exclusively Rosé" expertise, Fleur de Miraval presents Petite Fleur as a more classic and accessible version of their Rosé Champagne. Rooted in the noble purity of chalk from the great terroirs of Côte des Blancs, Petite Fleur stands out from its elder sisters, the ER Editions. It features a higher proportion of vin clair Chardonnay and less Perpetual Reserve blend, with no Remise en Cercle (Virtuous Circle) in its mix.

Petite Fleur boasts a composition of 5% Pinot Noir, 65% Chardonnay, and 30% Fleur de Miraval Perpetual Reserve. This contemporary cuvée is lively and fresh, opening with a spring floral bouquet of peony and hawthorn. It then blooms with tangy, crisp red fruit notes, making it an ideal choice for an aperitif. On the palate, it is bright, juicy, and fleshy, with a chiselled finish of fresh lemony citrus recalling ruby grapefruit and tangerine, ending with a subtle and airy tail.

Maintaining its 100% Côte des Blancs origins, Petite Fleur features Chardonnays from the Grand Crus Mesnil sur Oger and Pinot Noirs from the nearby 1st Cru Vertus. With extremely limited and confidential volumes, Petite Fleur shares this exclusivity with the house’s ER Editions, making them true house signatures. Discover the refined elegance and distinctive charm of Petite Fleur, a modern rosé champagne that embodies the excellence of Fleur de Miraval and the timeless beauty of Côte des Blancs.

Wine Portal is the appointed distributor of Petite Fleur, home also to the full line of Chateau Miraval and Fleur de Miraval wines and champagnes. Petite Fleur is available for pre-order at Grand Cru from 27 June 2024.