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Rose NV House Style - Live Tasting NV
Laurent-Perrier Rose NV & Billecart-Salmon Rose NV 2x75cl case
Case 1: Laurent-Perrier Rose NV, Ruinart Rose NV, Deutz Rose NV, Billecart-Salmon Rose NV, Charles Heidsieck Rose NV
Case 2: Billecart-Salmon Rose NV & Laurent-Perrier Rose NV
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Rosé Champagne is produced using one of two methods. Some Champagne houses ferment the black grapes with the skins (maceration) to get the pink colour, but a large majority of houses get the desired Rosé colour by adding 8-20% of locally made red wine. The red wine is blended before the still wines enter the bottle for second fermentation and the style of Rosé varies significantly depending on the Chef de Caves preference.
Laurent-Perrier Rose NV: Subtle, forthright and very fresh on the nose, Laurent-Perrier Rosé suggests a basketful of small berry fruits: strawberries, raspberries, blackcurrants, blackberries, redcurrants, and black cherries. The overwhelming sensation is one of freshness and the taste is like breathing the heady aromas of a freshly-picked basket of berry fruits - a symphony of aromas with a gently-rounded, tender finish. The result is outstanding, lovely darker red fruits dominate this easy to drink rosé and it is no wonder it has so many fans. If you can manage not to drink it and can store it in a cool place, then cellar it for several years and your patience will be rewarded.
Ruinart Rose NV: Hints of white flowers and sweet pastry. A supple and soft-textured champagne, its initial sweetness gives way to a more structured acidity. A persistent finish reveals zesty notes of pink grapefruit and peaches.
Deutz Rose NV: This wine has an appetising pale salmon-pink colour, with flashes of orange, and a persistent fine mousse. The nose is inviting, with aromas of wild strawberries, cranberries and raspberries. On the palate it is fresh but has a mellow character following its three years of ageing on the lees. A long and pleasing finish.
Billecart-Salmon Rose NV: This pale pink champagne has flecks of gold in the light with a persistent mousse. On the nose: aromas of red fruits and hints of citrus. A well-balanced acidic and delicate palate of strawberries and raspberries leads to a brioche mid-palate. On the finish: a hint of spice and a continued theme of red berries and citrus. It is no surprise this rosé is so renowned.
Charles Heidsieck Rose NV: A powdery pink with luminous glints of rose. A subtle, yet complex nose reveals initial fragrances of strawberries mixed with peaches and warm notes of gingerbread. A deep mouthfeel bursting with raspberry and blackberry. A superb NV Rose!
Sadly, de Nonancourt passed away in 2010 and Laurent-Perrier is now managed by his two daughters, Alexandra and Stéphanie. The production style is elegant, Chardonnay-driven, pure and fruit-forward and current Cellar Master Michel Fauconnet believes strictly in minimising oxidation. Indeed, Laurent-Perrier are one of the most reductive in style, serving to enhance their fruity expression and smoky complexity. Now one of the region's largest producers, they are perhaps best known for Cuvée Rosé, the most recognised rosé champagne on the planet.
Cellar Master: Michel Fauconnet
Winery Location: Tours-sur-Marne | Champagne, France
Champagne Region: Vallée de la Marne
Annual Production (bottles): 7,500,000
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