Champagne LOUIS ROEDERER Brut Rosé 2014 Bottle (0.75L) | Gift box
Louis Roederer Brut Rosé 2014 Bottle Gift Box is a creamy, deep and mineral champagne.
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There is that feeling of maturity and freshness that always distinguishes Louis Roederer Rosés.
For yourself or as a gift, its elegant case is suitable for all occasions.
Pink colour with nice golden reflections. Soft and regular effervescence.
Intense, fresh and fruity bouquet. Fresh and acidic red fruits (wild strawberry, blueberry), slightly sweet, supported by more candied, concentrated and lemony notes. On aeration, the aromatic complexity imposes itself with a farandole of spices, hot cinnamon and peppers.
Fleshy attack in the mouth, the red fruit expresses itself in all its crunchy maturity and fleshiness, both creamy and deep. The fruity matter is progressively stretched for a chalky mineral freshness which prolongs the tasting in a sensation of lightness and harmony.
Blend : The 2014 Louis Roederer Rosé is a prestigious blend of 63% Pinot Noir and 37% Chardonnay, of which 17% is vinified in wood.
Vinification : Over the years, Louis Roederer has developed a way of making its rosé champagnes that is quite unique in Champagne. Called "infusion" in the House, it allows to extract the juicy and ripe side of the Pinots Noirs while preserving a great freshness. Thus some Chardonnay juices are poured into a maceration of Pinot Noirs, to ferment together and integrate perfectly. The Brut Rosé 2013 has been aged for 4 years in bottle and also benefits from a 6 month rest after disgorgement to perfect its maturity.
Dosage : 8 g/litre
Characteristics : The 2014 vintage: A contrasted year! A magnificent, dry spring ending in a scorching June; a cool, rainy autumn; a hot, sunny and very dry September... worthy of an August. The "key" to the vintage lies both in the soils and the work of the winegrowers: the chalk, which is more draining, in the middle of the hillside, allowed us to evacuate the excess water of the summer and limit the excess vigour... will be revealed by our winegrowing practices, which are increasingly virtuous, allowing us to go even further in the search for the balance of the grapes and the maturity.