Daniel Le Brun Marlborough Methode Traditionnelle Rosé NV

Sparkling Wine from New Zealand - Marlborough
Review Date : 02-Dec-2018
Bright, pale candy-floss pink with some depth, lighter on the edge, the bubbles very fine and moderately persistent. The nose is fine in proportion with a taut, elegantly concentrated core of yellow stonefruits harmoniously melded with subtle notes if red berry fruits and suggestions of red florals, along with delicate, but positive bready-yeasty autolysis. This exudes delicacy, beauty and elegance. Dry to taste and medium-bodied, the palate is soft and rounded at the heart with harmoniously integrated flavours of yellow stonefruits, red florals and nuances of red berry fruit, complexed by delicate bread and yeast autolytic flavours. The mouthfeel is smooth with soft creaminess, with low acidity enhancing the roundness. The wine carries to a gentle finish with light, dry textures. This is a soft, smooth and harmonious rosé method traditionnelle with stonefruit and subtle floral and red berry fruit, and complexing gentle autolysis. Serve as an aperitif, with canapés and antipasto over the next 2+ years. Hand-picked Pinot Noir fruit from 3 Wairau Valley sites, fermented to 12.5% alc. and aged 2-3 months on lees with MLF, blended with 3-5% red Pinot Noir table wine and aged on lees in bottle with a dosage of 8 g/L dosage. Lot L180625-15. 18.5-/20 Dec 2018 RRP $29.99

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