A glass of Champagne displaying an “Oeil-de-Perdrix” color

The term « oeil-de-perdrix » is a French expression that can be translated into English as “Partridge’s eye”. It is a term used to designate some rosé wines made in France and Switzerland. It is also a term used to describe the particular color of these wines that mix red, rose and grey colors (usually made from Pinot Noir grapes).

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