RoséCôte des Blancs - Fèrebrianges
Chardonnay 45% Pinot Noir 10% Meunier 45%
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Serving and food pairingsThis Cuvée must be tasted in an ample glass and around 10 ° C in order to fully appreciate its structure. To accompany it: an artichoke and cherry tomato salad, a Caesar salad with chicken, a meat pâté or terrine, a quiche of endive - apples - goat cheese, a gravelax salmon ...
Visual analysisThe color of this Rosé is exceptional. Its color attracts immediately attention and reminds the blackcurrant juice. The effervescence, quick and lively, creates a magnificent chain of foam. The presentation is stunning, almost provocative.
Olfactory analysisThe first nose is intense. It confirms the black currant, then the plum. We perceive a light "smoked" background and then it is the turn of plant fragrances (leaves). The second nose brings complexity with acidic notes (blood orange, pomegranate juice) and garden aromas (root legumes). Later still, we can clearly distinguish the licorice. It is a rich nose, powerful and earthy.
Taste analysisThe first impact on the palate, is soft and effervescent. We immediately notice a gourmet note. Then the palate is tasty. Vinous and acidulous (acid - sugar), slightly tannic, it offers a dense, voluminous and caressing structure that evokes velvet. Finally, we note a beautiful retro-sense with fragrances of orange, violet and licorice.
The finalThe finish is long (10 seconds of persistence), savory (acid, sugar and a hint of elegant bitterness) and tactile.
My grandparents were all settled since 4 generations
From my early age I always followed my father in the vineyards as well as in the cellar
I never thought of doing anything else in my life, it was obvious
When you love nature, cultivating and vinifying ... I find my job fascinating.
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