Champagne Charles Orban Brut Rose

Champagne Charles Orban Brut Rosé


  • Family Owned, the Charles Orban winery is located in the Marne Vallee in the peaceful village of Troissy. Troissy is known for its independent champagne houses.
  • The Charles Orban Brut Rosé is a deep salmon blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Vin Rouge and Meunier.
  • It has fine elegant bubbles, should be opened within in 2 years and served at a temperature between 8° and 10°C or 46° to 50°F.

Varietal Composition: 50% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, 15% Vin Rouge, 5% Meunier

Tasting Notes: A deep salmon colour, pretty string of bubbles. An elegant nose dominated by notes of peaches, roses and peonies. Lively on the palate, with initial apricot aromas and a red berry finish.


NV – 91 James Suckling


The Orban family started growing grapes in the peaceful village of Troissy, France, in 1770. At the end of the 20th century, the estate was sold to the Rapeneau family, which had been established in Champagne for more than a hundred years. They preserved and perpetuated the Orban family tradition and blended it into their own legacy.

In 1979, Ernest Rapeneau also acquired Champagne producer G.H.Martel & Co., which became the producer of Orban wine. G.H. Martel is one of the largest growers in Champagne with more than 420 acres under cultivation. The House, founded in 1869, is based in both Reims and Épernay in northeastern France. The Rapeneau family has been growing vines for four generations. Cellar master and oenologist Christophe Rapeneau now runs the House while his older son, Jean-François, is responsible for the sales and brand development.