2011 Louis Roederer Brut Rose, Champagne (750ml)

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2011 Louis Roederer Brut Rose
Country: France
Region: Champagne
Grape Varietal: Sparkling
Review Score: 94WE, 94W&S

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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. Drink now for the lively red fruits, but better to wait until 2019.

94 points, Wine Enthusiast (Dec 2016)

Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon grows some of the most beautiful rosés in Champagne, focusing on pinot noir in the clay soils of Cumières, and on the careful and precise extraction of color from the skins of the grapes. This is a wine that’s discreet in its ripeness, delicate in its fragrance, hinting at roses and the blossoms that will become red fruits. Even so, it’s formidable in its flavor depth, and an able partner for rillettes, whether made from salmon or duck.

94 points, Wine & Spirits (Dec 2017)