|Article:||Roederer Brut Rosé 2012|
|Region:||Champagne, hilly country of Marne.|
|Category:||Vintage Champagne Rosé, dry|
|Grape variety:||Pinot Noir, Chardonnay|
|Colour:||Gold pink with shiny reflexes.|
|Flavour:||Ripe fruits (black currants) as well as candied orange are found in the intensive bouquet. In addition soft notes of orange-blossoms and Madagascar vanilla. The bouquet which is very robust and opening itself slowly, is deep and sweetish.|
|Taste:||In the prelude round and full. A sunny wine with velvety structure. Spherical (mature Anthocyane, sweetish almost liqueur like impression) and at the same time profound with a fresh, chalky finish which is accompanied by notes of noisette and cocoa beans.|
|Drinking temperature:||8 °C|
|Drink recommendation:||Perfect as apéritif, match dishes with noble poultry, poached salmon or scallops, also very well. Flummeries like sponges with ripe red berries also harmonize perfectly.|
The 1776 founded Champagne house in Reims has more than 200 hectares of vineyard, exclusively Premier- and Grand Cru-positions. Louis Roederer uses the Maceration Pelliculaire, an intercellular fermentation, at the development of the pink champagnes.
For the production of his pink champagnes Louis Roederer combines two types of the Rosé wine pressing of the Champagne: The maceration and the assemblage. Juice of Chardonnay grapes is added to the Pinot Noir wines during the maceration to ferment together and combine with each other perfectly. After some hours on the mash the pigments of the grapes are extracted sufficiently. To ensure the colour and the style of the champagne house, one uses Pinot Noir grapes of the old vines of Cumières. They are extremely aromatically and highly concentrated. It matures on the yeast for an average of four years and then another six months on the bottle.
|Country of origin:||France|
|Company:||Champagne Louis Roederer|
|Address:||21, Boulevard Lundy, CS 40014, 51722 Reims Cedex France|