Grande Réserve Rosé Extra Brut Premier Cru
Côte des Blancs - Cuis
Chardonnay 90% Pinot Noir 10%
This Rosé Champagne is full of fruity and complexity. Balanced and nuanced, it has a small Baroque character. Its round shape nevertheless conceals a certain firmness of texture.
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Serving and food pairings
This wine should be served between 8 and 10 degrees temperature in a flute with a large goblet. It will be a good accompaniment with a meal of grilled fish and will seduce a goat cheese platter or a red fruit soup.
The hue, crushed raspberry, offers very fine bubbles and a pretty nice pearl necklace. Some copper reflections give depth to the whole. The presentation of this Rosé is elegant and appetizing.
The first nose is fruity. It evokes cherry, raspberry and blood orange on a slightly smoky background. After a few minutes of aeration, the originality is confirmed: you can smell saffron, pepper, on a bed of Kirsch cookies. The whole is dynamic and quite mature. After thirty minutes, the wine releases aromas of candied cherries and smoked meat. It confirms its near maturity.
The initial impact on the palate is fresh and accompanied by a sparkling effervescence and a delicious dosage. It opens onto a warm and rather round body. This beautiful balance caresses the palate thanks to a well-controlled velvety mouth and continues its course with harmony and more firmness until the final.
The finish is quite long, about six seconds of persistence, warm, woody and vinous. It offers cooked fruit flavors and Pinot Noir in retroflection.