A rosé Champagne of roughly 55% Meunier, 40% Pinot Noir and 5% Chardonnay. The white and red grapes are combined to create a synergy of taste and texture. Aromas of ripe red fruits and rose with blood orange, ripe raspberry and spice notes. Some smoky minerals and white pepper linger on the palate alongside crisp acidity and a long finish. 

Story: Franck Pascal was one of the first biodynamic growers in Champagne and remains one of its’ most passionate and gifted winemakers. He meticulously cares for 7 hectares in the Vallée de La Marne with what he calls, “a deep sensitivity for nature and the energy forces in our vines.” The name Tolerance references the act of accepting the differences of others and encouraging individual expression– what Franck does with the red and white grapes in this cuvée.

Vinification: South-east facing vineyards spread across 6 communes on the Vallée de la Marne's right bank. Some as old as 60 years. Flint, millstone and hard limestone soils. Grapes are hand-harvested, gently pressed and placed in an enamelled vat for the first alcoholic fermentation. Indigenous yeasts only, and kept on its lees for 40 months. Disgorged 2019. Unfined, unfiltered and dosage is under 5 g/L.

Match it with: Peppercorn beef tenderloin, Duck à l’orange, or a chocolate fondant.

  • Sparkling Rosé
  • Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
  • France, Champagne
  • Franck Pascal
  • Dry
  • 12.00%
  • Ready to Drink And Will Improve