How this Rosé is made
Brut Rosé grapes are harvested by hand during the cool morning hours to ensure they arrive at the winery in pristine condition. Fermentation is conducted at cool temperatures, mainly in stainless steel tanks to preserve freshness and fruit intensity. A few selected lots are aged in French oak barrels to add depth, complexity and spiciness to the final blend. A small amount of red Pinot Noir is added to the blend before bottling to create the beautiful pink coral color. An average of 18 months’ yeast aging adds complexity, contributing subtle bread dough flavors and layers of creaminess. The wine is then disgorged and a dosage added back to balance the wine’s acidity. The dosage includes a Pinot Noir fermented in traditional Burgundian fashion, which contributes an extra measure of depth, color and robust fruitiness.
Brut Rosé pairs perfectly with a broad array of foods from salmon and duck to spicy Italian and Asian dishes. It is the perfect bottle to turn a singular moment into a memory.
Brut Rosé Stats
80% Pinot Noir
RESIDUAL SUGAR (DOSAGE)
TIME EN TIRAGE
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