Louis Roederer Champagne Brut Rosé 2007

Sparkling Wine from France - Champagne
Review Date : 13-Sep-2012
66% Pinot Noir from Cumieres on the Marne Valley, 34% Chardonnay from Chouilly, made by saignee with 5-8 days soaking, 20% oak fermentation with no MLF, the wine aged on lees 4 years and bottled with 8-10 g/L dosage. Very pale pink colour with faint purple hues, the bead very fine. This ha a very refined, tight and delicate nose with soft red berry fruits and red floral fragrances. The bready autolysis is expressed with great delicacy and very subtle nuances of toast emerge in the glass. Dry to taste, the palate exudes finesse with very fine cut and purity. Subtly interwoven red floral and fruit flavours merge with detailed bread and yeast notes. This is fresh and lacy, the palate line following the faintest textural thread. A beautifully refined and subtle rosé that will show greater depth and character over the next 4-5+ years. Serve as an aperitif and with fine charcuterie. 19.0-/20 Sep 2012 RRP $145.00

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