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Champagne Louis Roederer

Louis Roederer Brut Rosé

Louis Roederer Brut Rosé

Vintage
Regular price $200.00 SGD
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Grape Varietal: Pinot Noir and Chardonnay

Country & Region: France | Champagne

Alcohol Level (%): 12

Bottle Size: 750ml

A snapshot of a year, this Rosé comes from 35 small staggered plots on the warm terroirs of Louis Roederer's “La Rivière” estate planted with Pinot noir, and the cooler limestone soils where the Chardonnay thrives.

Intense and fresh, this Rosé Vintage exudes small, acidic and finely crunchy red fruits. There is flesh and fullness, an expression that is always tactile and greedy. Great freshness, balance and lightness are its attributes, projected in a beautiful satin envelope and a saline perception.

Winemaker notes

Salmon pink hue with bright red tints. Deep, intense colour. The bubbles are fine yet vibrant and energetic. The summery bouquet shows exceptional intensity and freshness with its aromas of ripe, juicy stone fruit (wild peach) complemented by zesty red fruit (redcurrant) and citrus notes (blood orange). Upon aeration, the nose develops more jammy notes of Roussillon red apricot. The palate is soft, juicy and concentrated on entry and then quickly shows a chalky, saline freshness that structures the wine and lends it a voluptuous yet delicate mouthfeel. The juicy, ripe fruit (nectarine and wild peach) and citrus (lemon) give the wine a fresh, zesty character that is underpinned by a subtle hint of bitterness. The soft, delicate bubbles coat the palate and impart a velvety texture. The end palate is mouth-watering and ever so slightly salty with discreet tannins and a lovely subtle bitterness that complements the incredible dry chalkiness of the wine and lingers on the seemingly never-ending finish.

2011

Wine Enthusiast 94: A blend of grapes from Cumières in the Marne Valley and the Côte des Blancs, this is a rich, well-balanced and very young brut rosé. It is ripe, while keeping an almost austere texture and acidity that will soften and broaden out as it ages. 

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