The bottle, displaying Japanese-inspired motifs, is wrapped in a luxury and feminine pastel pink label meant to resonate with this year’s fashion trends and remind customers of the summer season. A coordinated cooling jacket has also been created to echo the colour and design of the limited edition.
Champagne Thiénot brut rosé is a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir. Pale and rose gold in colour, it features tangy notes of Morello cherries, blackcurrant and red fruit aromas.
With only 10,000 bottles created, the product gives restaurants an opportunity to improve their unique champagne offering for a limited time.
Launching this month in the UK, the bottle is available to restaurants and wine merchants for £45.
Why you should buy it
Garance Thiénot managing director of Champagne Thiénot, said: “This is our first limited edition design for Champagne Thiénot brut rosé and we wanted to create an inspirational and chic look, which would lend a touch of summer to any bar or table. The cooling jacket will also offer additional functionality as consumers will be able to enjoy our Champagne off-premises during this year’s picnic season. We are confident that this limited edition will resonate with Champagne fans in the UK who will be seduced by its elegance, great taste and fashionable appearance”.