18 months on the lees. Then disgorgement, which consists of removal of the lees. The bottles are then filled with the liqueur d'expedition for this brut style.
About this product
This rosé brut is a champenoise-method sparkling wine, notable for being produced from harvesting the higher acid, lower tannin tip of Nebbiolo clusters, early in the season. It has proved to be very versatile, excellent for the production of sparkling wine bases. The result of several years of trials, our sparkling rosé is born, thus merging two of our passions: sparkling wines and rosé wines. It is mineral rich and dry, with the heady scent of raspberries and rose petals.
Visual: Onion peel color, fine and persistent perlage. Nose: Complex; white and red flowers, aromatic herbs, and a slight note of bread crust. Flavor: Enveloping freshness and softness; persistence supported by a slight tannin.
Whole grapes are softly pressed. After a static decantation, the clean must is decanted and sent for fermentation. In the late spring of the year following harvest, the sparkling wine base is bottled with the addition of sugars and yeasts to allow the second fermentation in the bottle, a specific characteristic of the classic or champenoise method.
Pair with all savory foods, as well as light bittersweet chocolate desserts.