THE VILLAGE

Les Riceys, Champagne, Aube,

​Côte des Bar

With 866 hectares of vines, Les Riceys is one of the largest wine-producing communes in the Champagne region and the only one that can lay claim to 3 different appellations : 

- Champagne

- Coteaux Champenois

-  the famous Rosé des Riceys.

This picturesque village, the southernmost of Champagne and on the border of Burgundy, radiates the wealth of a diverse heritage.

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TRADITION ET EXCEPTION IN THE CHAMPAGNE

WINE REGION

VINTAGES

CLASSIFICATION

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APPELLATION

since 1947

Rose des Riceys

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A unique and prestigious product of the Champagne region, Rosé des Riceys is a still rosé made from Pinot Noir grapes gently ripened on hillside slopes with excellent south or south/south-eastern exposures.

VINEGROWERS

25 profiles

Discover the profile of the 25 winemakers guaranteeing the quality and confidentiality of AOC Rosé des Riceys.

KNOW-HOW

Unique in the world

Vinification techniques are therefore at the centre of the know-how handed down from generation to generation.

PINOT

NOIR

grape variety

350

hectares

1947

appellation

25

vinegrowers

50K

bottles

a year

FOOD PAIRINGS

Wine & recipes

Cheese plate from the Champagne region : Chaource, Langres, Champ sur Barse.

Œuf cocotte with  Chaource Cussangy mushrooms,

by Restaurant Les Tonnelles, in Bar-sur-Seine.