Billed as the only Champagne house exclusively devoted to rosé, the first release from the project, Fleur De Miraval, will go on sale around the world on 15 October.
Just 20,000 bottles of the inaugural release have been made from a blend of 75% Chardonnay from Le Mesnil-sur-Oger and 25% Pinot Noir.
The Chardonnay within the blend comes from a number of vintages. The fizz is aged for three years on its lees and housed in a lacquered bottle to prevent light strike.
According to winemaker Rodolphe Péters, the “subtle pink” rosé boasts “tangy notes of red currant and red raspberry” along with a “delicate minerality and salinity” reflecting the “iodised expression of the Chardonnay grapes”.