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TASTING NOTES OF 2010 Louis Roederer Brut Rosé: - View: delicate pink, slightly bluish. Fine effervescence and dynamic. - Nose: bouquet pure, precise, sugary flowers (honeysuckle, lily), slightly tart red fruit (currant, wild strawberry) and citrus...
“Color light pink, evanescent, with salmon and brilliant shades. The delicate effervescence, though very active, quickly creates a creamy and persistent bead. The bouquet is intense, deep and reveals a juxtaposition of "layers" arômatiques a pretty complex: first the fruity, almost sour, wild...”read
TASTING NOTES OF 2010 Louis Roederer Brut Rosé Magnum: - View: delicate pink, slightly bluish. fine effervescence and dynamic. - Nose: Sugary flowers (honeysuckle, lily), slightly tart red fruit (blackcurrant, wild strawberry), citrus peel (tangerine),...
“- Bright Pink salmon accompanied by a feinperligen mousse
- Fruit-weighted and complex aromas of red fruit (cherry), blood orange and vineyard peach, hints of brioche with an elegantly embedded fruit filling and traces exquisite minerality
- The acid structure is delicate and is styled with the...”read
“ORIGIN OF NAME: AOC Champagne
TIME to taste it: dinner with friends or family
IDEAL CONSUMPTION: 2015/2021
TEMPERATURE: 8/10 ° C
GRAPES: Pinot noir 58%, 42% chardonnay
OF TANNIC RATING: 8/10”read
“DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN: Champagne AOC
TIME to taste it: important occasion
IDEAL CONSUMPTION: 2016/2024
TEMPERATURE: 6/8 ° C
PAIRING: shellfish, fish
GRAPES: 60% pinot noir, 40% chardonnay
OF TANNIC RATING: 9/10”read
“Champagne Blanc de Blancs, born from the territory of Chenes, one of the best Cumières. Made only in exceptional vintages with the grapes of excellent ripeness, after ten months of aging in oak barrels, remains at least four years in the cellar before being sold.”read