GH Mumm Grand Cordon Rosé
Embodying a passionate personality, Mumm Grand Cordon Rosé expresses its intense, fruity character with rich aromas of wild red and black berries, typical of the Pinot Noir grape variety cultivated in Maison Mumm’s legendary vineyards in the Champagne region of France.
The power and structure of Pinot Noir is delicately balanced with the elegance of Chardonnay and the fruitiness of Meunier. A portion of red wine brings intensity and notes of forest fruits and spice to this elegant blend to create a brut rosé champagne that is at once light, intense, and fresh.
The avant-garde bottle of Mumm Grand Cordon Rosé has no label (a first for Champagne): instead, the House’s iconic red ribbon is engraved directly into the glass, a technical feat conceived and achieved in collaboration with a ward-winning designer.
Conjuring up the radiance of those golden evening hours, Mumm Grand Cordon Rosé is a perfect champagne to savour. Inspiring and intense, it can be enjoyed on its own or paired with a range of creative and modern dishes.
TO THE EYE
The salmon-pink robe glows with glints of orange, energized by a stream of fine bubbles.
ON THE NOSE
Appetizingly elegant and intense, the wine delivers notes of candied berries: intense, fruity aromas of strawberry and fresh red currants backed with a bit of sweet spice and a subtle yet luscious hint of red-berry coulis.
ON THE PALATE
A vivacious initial impression: energetic, bracing and fresh. Elegantly structured, it delivers flavors of fragrant summer fruits and a long, bright finish, balanced by the succulent sweetness of red berries.
For Mumm, the newest luxury is producing beautiful objects for sharing while also paying sufficient attention to the planet.
After an auditing phase of its terroirs and characterizing its soils, Maison Mumm is working to regenerate them by increasing their fertility in order to improve the quality and resilience of the ecosystems. New cultural practices linked to soils also contribute to enriching biodiversity in Champagne, in addition to the specific initiatives of the House in this field.
Whereas the Champagne region as a whole aims to stop using chemical herbicides by 2025, Maison Mumm is one of the first champagne houses to have already done so, having implemented a zero-herbicide policy on its own parcels at the beginning of 2020.
Furthermore, in 2016, 100% of Maison Mumm vineyards obtained a double certification for Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne and High Environmental Value. The vineyards also meet Quality Safety Environment (QSE) standards. These certifications recognize respect for the environment, landscapes and biodiversity, as well as the safety and wellbeing of employees.