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Well integrated fruit, refreshing, light bubbles. Too expensive for every day drinking but great for a special occasion.
a blend of 3 varieties with emphasis on pinot noir colour - rose, shades of copper bouquet - wild strawberrys taste - full body, zestful, fruity, red berry, creamy finish
3rd tasting champagne class at CBWF. Tasty and light rose champagne -- as opened had notes of angel food cake.
The pretty pink colour makes this an ideal Champagne for celebrating anything romantic. It really is a Rosé version of the Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial.
This is very dry. I do like dry champagne but this has a taste in your mouth after you swallow it that is very dry and citrusy. It is too overwhelming. So by itself it was too overpower. However, I had cut up some dry sausage and we started to eat it with this and it was good with the dry sausage.
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Bright reddish gold. Medium-bodied. Moderately extracted. Roasted coffee, minerals. Mild red betry fruits. Lovely smoky nose points to full development. Fine lemony acids give this some backbone and length. Quite mature and tasty with a biscuity quality. Well-balanced. Outstanding value for the money.
A medium-bodied roseacute;, with berry and spice flavors supported by a firm, chalky texture. Very good balance and harmony, with moderate length. Drink now.
Pale strawberry color. Perfumed, spicy aromas of pink grapefruit, spearmint and red berries. Round and frothy in the mouth, with distinct red wine flavors. Vinous, serious and clean. Offers an almost floral perfume. Far better than the rather crude NV Brut Imperial and the rsquo;92 Brut Imperial Roseacute;.
Delicious, dry rose champagne, with a delightful hint of Pinot Noir fruit. All Champagne orders require 3-5 days processing. No express delivery available on Champagne.
Pale strawberry color. Perfumed, spicy aromas of pink grapefruit, spearmint and red berries. Round and frothy in the mouth, with distinct red wine flavors. Vinous, serious and clean. Offers an almost floral perfume. Far better than the rather crude NV Brut Imperial and the '92 Brut Imperial Rosé.
If you're looking for a stylish rosé Champagne that will look just right at your next party, you've found your match.
A light, copper-colored rosé, this basks in light, sweet red fruit and flowers. It’s soft, but keeps its sweetness in check, ending with cedary finesse. For seafood sausage.
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Dietary Information: Kosher, Organic
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