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Tasting Notes: Champagne AOC Percentage Grape: 60 % Chardonnay 40 % Pinot Noir Soil: Vallée de la Marne ouest Grow...Read more...
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Brut Rose - Blushing Bubbles, Good Housekeeping/ We like soft, balanced Sweetness with slight acidity. Try with strawberries and cream or as an ap... Read more
Zartrosa. Feingliedriges Aroma nach Kirschen und Himbeeren. Im Gaumen feinperliges und dezentes Mousseux. Im Abgang dezente Hefenoten, Brioche sowi... Read more
The Loire Valley has often been called the “garden of France.” This pastoral landscape, with its gently rolling hills and majestic châteaux, is the... Read more
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Brut Rose - Blushing Bubbles, Good Housekeeping/ We like soft, balanced Sweetness with slight acidity. Try with strawberries and cream or as an aperitif.
Zartrosa. Feingliedriges Aroma nach Kirschen und Himbeeren. Im Gaumen feinperliges und dezentes Mousseux. Im Abgang dezente Hefenoten, Brioche sowie ein Hauch Edelbitterschokolade. Der „Brut“ animiert daher mit seinem eleganten Aromenspiel und der feinen
The Loire Valley has often been called the “garden of France.” This pastoral landscape, with its gently rolling hills and majestic châteaux, is the largest sparkling wine region in France, outside of Champagne. One of the best known names in fine Loire Valley sparkling wines is Marquis de la Tour from Maison Ackerman. Maison Ackerman, which has been identified with premium quality Loire Valley sparkling wines since 1811, is the Loire Valley’s single largest wine producer. Ackerman today has a fully fledged sustainable development approach based on maintaining the right balance between the social, economic and environmental aspects of wine production. At Ackerman, this means respecting terroirs, holding onto their personal values and pursuing a viable economic approach. Named for a 16th century tower (tour) which still exists today, “Marquis de la Tour” reflects a long heritage of sparkling wine production. It has been a welcome guest and the toast of the party at social gatherings and family celebrations, both formal and casual. Its handsome packaging projects a timeless, classic elegance and is a charming and affordably priced sparkling wine. Production Area Loire Valley, France Grape Varieties Cabernet Franc, Carignan, Grenache Vinification This sparkling wine is made from 100% Loire grapes. Because of its northern location, the grapes maintain a high level of acidity. After fermentation, a portion of the juice is removed and the rest remains in contact with the skins to produce a beautiful pink color. Consistency and quality are carefully monitored to create very fine bubbles. The dosage has been perfected to make a clean, fruity but dry sparkling wine of extraordinary quality at a very attractive price. Color A bright salmon pink with fine bubbles Bouquet Delicate and elegant with notes of strawberries and raspberries Taste Round and fresh with sweet berry notes, reducurrant and a long, fresh finish Alcohol 12% Serving Suggestions Served chilled. This sparkling wine can accompany an entire meal or be served as an aperitif.
Brut Rosé - Woman's Day "Bargain Bubbles"/ French, but not technically Champagne, these bubbles are bright pink and have a hint of strawberry flavor.
/ Pure crushed strawberry fruit flavors, with a yeasty overtone, give this wine freshness, but also some sweetness.
/ Lightly off-dry, flavored with sweet strawberries, the wine's easy flavors are just what's needed for a casual get-together.
Brut Rose - Wine Spectator/ Marquis de la Tour Brut Rosé is a suggested wine pairing for Spinach Mini Quiches featured in the article "Party Perfect: Three classic yet simple appetizers & wine pairings for your holiday gathering"
Tasting Notes: Champagne AOC Percentage Grape: 60 % Chardonnay 40 % Pinot Noir Soil: Vallée de la Marne ouest Growing Climate: moyenne 9°5 C minimum Date of Harvest: Septembre Type of Harvest: cueillette manuelle Vinification Length: 15 mois obligatoire après tirage Vinification Method: Champenoise Malolactic: pratiquée Color Intensity: Rose pâleà peine saumonée Date of Bottling: Avril /Mai Alcohol Percentage: 12 % PH: 3.05 Aging Potential: 50 % actuellement Sugar Rate: 6-12 g/l Total Acidity: 5.2 Cork Material: liège Cork Size: 2 rondelles
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