Champagne, the French say, is a measure of grapes, soil, time and love. In Brad Pitt’s case, you can add a touch of rosé.
Having successfully launched Fleur de Miraval (the only maison in France dedicated exclusively to rosé champagne) three years ago, the actor and his partners are releasing a surprising new bottle this fall: Petite Fleur (translating to “little flower”).
It carries a pink shade and fresh notes of spring flowers, which have become the house signature.
Equally familiar to the house’s previous releases, Petite Fleur is a limited brut blending Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes grown in the Cote de Blancs chalk-rich soil, specifically the fields around Mesnil-sur-Oger, France and Pinot Noir from the neighboring village of Vertus.