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  • Luciano Sandrone’s Barolo Le Vigne, together with Cannubi Boschis, today Aleste, is amongst the most important, historical and representative wines of this winery.

    Sandrone has as its pillar this wine by now famous all over the world, highly appreciated by international critics and which insinuates itself perfectly into the tradition of the Langhe and Barolo, handing down the incredible ability to best assemble the Nebbiolo grapes from different cru vineyards.

    Four areas, four exposures, different altitudes and soils that individually contribute to the extraordinary final result: Baudana in Serralunga d’Alba, Villero in Castiglione Falletto, Vignane in Barolo and Merli in Novello are the protagonists of Le Vigne, harvested, vinified and aged separately before blending together and forever.

    At the tasting the Barolo Le Vigne presents itself as garnet, of a lively and lively hue, inebriating the nose with notes of forest that recall strawberry and raspberry, but also dried rose and wild flowers, then cinnamon, vanilla and star anise before an ethereal hint of sealing wax. In the mouth you can still feel the hardness related to young age, richness and intensity, made of well-marked tannins and acidity that will be progressively counterbalanced to achieve greater harmony and balance.

    Le Vigne is undoubtedly a great expression of Barolo: certainly vigorous and immediate, it impresses the taster for its elegant personality, for the clear ability to evolve and smooth its edges from now to the next decades, for its ability to put together different territories often competing with each other.

    All together, indeed an extraordinary wine.

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  • Evolution in the wake of tradition: this is a short definition for the Barolo Aleste by Luciano Sandrone, originally born Cannubi Boschis, that is the first wine of this winery and certainly the most representative, renamed Aleste in 2013 from the crasis of Luciano’s grandchildren names, Alessia and Stefano.

    A winery that still today revolves around this wine by now famous all over the world, proof of Luciano’s foresight in believing in the potential and uniqueness of the Cannubi hill as a single cru in the early eighties. The success, opening up to new markets & international criticism all came later to crown a well-conceived and excellently executed project.

    The difficulties of the 2014 vintage, linked to an unstable and often aggressive weather were well managed by excellent vineyard: thinning and cleaning of the bunches facilitated the ripening of the grapes and the creation of its phenolic kit, but it was also a stable weather in September to make the year excellent after the heavy rains of spring and the central months of summer.

    When tasted, the Barolo Aleste is garnet, of a lively and lively hue, inebriating the nose with notes of forest that recall small strawberries and raspberries, but also herbaceous hay and aromatic herbs, then cinnamon, tobacco, green pepper closing with a ethereal hint of sealing wax. In the mouth it is surprising for its balance, with vigorous but well-tamed tannins and an acidity present but also already modeled by aging, both counterbalanced by a clear softness and warmth in a sip that closes slowly, without any hurry.

    Aleste is undoubtedly a great expression of Barolo, not surprising for the history behind this label but for the emotions it generates to a taster who cannot fail to be struck by its elegant personality, structure and character, all traits that will accompany a sure longevity to the next decades.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Evolution in the wake of tradition: this is a short definition for the Barolo Aleste by Luciano Sandrone, originally born Cannubi Boschis, that is the first wine of this winery and certainly the most representative, renamed Aleste in 2013 from the crasis of Luciano’s grandchildren names, Alessia and Stefano.

    A winery that still today revolves around this wine by now famous all over the world, proof of Luciano’s foresight in believing in the potential and uniqueness of the Cannubi hill as a single cru in the early eighties. The success, opening up to new markets & international criticism all came later to crown a well-conceived and excellently executed project.

    The difficulties of the 2014 vintage, linked to an unstable and often aggressive weather were well managed by excellent vineyard: thinning and cleaning of the bunches facilitated the ripening of the grapes and the creation of its phenolic kit, but it was also a stable weather in September to make the year excellent after the heavy rains of spring and the central months of summer.

    When tasted, the Barolo Aleste is garnet, of a lively and lively hue, inebriating the nose with notes of forest that recall small strawberries and raspberries, but also herbaceous hay and aromatic herbs, then cinnamon, tobacco, green pepper closing with a ethereal hint of sealing wax. In the mouth it is surprising for its balance, with vigorous but well-tamed tannins and an acidity present but also already modeled by aging, both counterbalanced by a clear softness and warmth in a sip that closes slowly, without any hurry.

    Aleste is undoubtedly a great expression of Barolo, not surprising for the history behind this label but for the emotions it generates to a taster who cannot fail to be struck by its elegant personality, structure and character, all traits that will accompany a sure longevity to the next decades.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • For some years now, Vietti’s Barolo Rocche di Castiglione has been a constant award-winning wine from that beautiful universe of ​​Barolo, where the zoning sublimates the stratified work of generations of winemakers who over the years have reached peaks of elegance and complexity now recognized and appreciated globally.

    The handed down winemaking tradition of the Vietti family has stood the test of time and generational changes, acquiring more and more prestige and importance in the panorama of the Langhe, nationally and also internationally. Today reference for the production from the Barolo area, Rocche di Castiglione best supports the growth of this winery and its evolution over time, now one of the main realities of the Langhe for enthusiasts and collectors, as well as investors.

    Produced with carefully selected grapes from the Rocche cru in the municipality of Castiglione Falletto, from vineyards with an average age of 68 years grafted with Guyot on steep soils composed of yellow-bluish marl with a density of 4600 vines/hectare, Barolo Rocche di Castiglione ferments in steel tanks in contact with the skins for up to 4 weeks using the submerged cap methodology with frequent pumping over, then carrying out a slow malolactic fermentation in large barrels and ageing for thirty months before bottling.

    The result in bottle is excellent, confirming the experienced and skilful work done in the vineyard and in the cellar by Vietti: Barolo Rocche di Castiglione presents itself as an imposing wine in its elegance, with a wide olfactory bouquet that ranges from ripe dark red fruit to rose petal and to tangerine, with further herbaceous notes reminiscent of chamomile and tertiary notes of coffee and menthol. In the mouth it shows an extreme freshness together with a certainly important tannin that time will soften, anticipating an explosive finish that combines a very long persistence with an extraordinary floral aftertaste.

    Vietti’s Barolo Ravera has been literally defined as an “imposing wine” that maximizes the characteristics of this famous cru, proof of the extraordinary work done by Vietti in the 2017 vintage to deliver another masterpiece in bottle.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • For some years now, Vietti’s Barolo Ravera has been an award-winning constant in the beautiful wine universe within that complex area of ​​Barolo, where zoning sublimates the stratified work of generations of winemakers who over the years have reached peaks of elegance and complexity now recognized and appreciated globally.

    The handed down winemaking tradition of the Vietti family has stood the test of time and generational changes, acquiring more and more prestige and importance in the panorama of the Langhe, nationally and also internationally. Today one of the reference crus for the production from the Barolo area, Ravera best supports the growth of this winery and its evolution over time, now one of the main realities of the Langhe for enthusiasts and collectors, as well as investors.

    Produced with carefully selected grapes from the epoymous 3-hectares cru falling within the municipality of Novello and from vineyards of 28 years of average age, part of which dating back to 1935, grafted on calcareous-clayey soils with South-West exposure and density of 4500 vines/hectare, Barolo Ravera ferments in steel tanks in contact with the skins for up to 5 weeks using the submerged cap methodology, then performing a slow malolactic fermentation in large barrels and ageing on the lees, without decanting, for thirty-two months before bottling.

    The result in bottle is excellent, confirming the experienced and skilful work done in the vineyard and in the cellar by Vietti: Barolo Ravera is a strong and energetic wine, with a wide olfactory bouquet that ranges from crisp red/purple fruit to rose petal, with additional notes of chalk and white pepper. In the mouth it shows vigorous tannins, which time will soften, coupled with a vibrant acidity and a final intensity that is difficult to forget, not only because of a very long persistence.

    Vietti’s Barolo Ravera has been defined as an “impressive wine” and it is difficult not to accept this definition even in light of the previous extraordinary vintage which made this cru particularly coveted on all the main tables and caveaux worldwide.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • For some years now, Vietti’s Barolo Brunate has been a constant award-winning wine in that beautiful universe that develops in the extended area of ​​Barolo, where zoning sublimates the stratified work of generations of winemakers who over the years have reached peaks of elegance and complexity now recognized and appreciated globally.

    The handed down winemaking tradition of the Vietti family has stood the test of time and generational changes, acquiring more and more prestige and importance in the panorama of the Langhe, nationally and also internationally. Today a reference for the production from the Barolo area, Brunate best supports the growth of this winery and its evolution over time, now one of the main realities of the Langhe for enthusiasts and collectors, as well as investors.

    Produced with carefully selected grapes from the eponymous cru of 1 hectare in the municipality of La Morra, from vineyards with an average age of 54 years grafted on calcareous-clayey soils with a density of 4600 vines/hectare, Barolo Brunate ferments in steel tanks in contact with the skins for up to 3 weeks using the submerged cap methodology, then carrying out a slow malolactic fermentation in barrique and ageing for a total of thirty-two months before bottling.

    The result in the bottle is excellent, confirming the experienced and skilful work done in the vineyard and in the cellar by Vietti: Barolo Brunate is a powerful and explosive wine, with a wide olfactory bouquet that ranges from purple plum to pink grapefruit and cedar, with further notes of violets, dried herbs and finally spices, leather and menthol. In the mouth it shows extreme vigor and intensity, with a pleasant freshness together with an already velvety tannin, anticipating a full finish that combines a very long persistence with an extraordinary aftertaste that recalls the licorice root.

    Vietti’s Barolo Brunate is a multifaceted wine, with many interpretations: rebellious, energetic, elegant, soft, difficult to label and therefore unique and certainly experiential, which strikes for its strong temperament and which hardly leaves a taster who, once hit, will no longer live without.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • For some years now, Barolo Castiglione di Vietti has been a constant award-winning wine from that beautiful universe that is the complex area of ​​Barolo, where zoning sublimates the stratified work of generations of winemakers who have reached peaks of elegance and complexity over the years, now globally recognized and appreciated.

    The handed down winemaking tradition of the Vietti family has stood the test of time and generational changes, acquiring more and more prestige and importance in the panorama of the Langhe, nationally and also internationally. Today a reference for the production from the Barolo area, Castiglione supports the growth of this winery and its evolution over time, now one of the main realities in the Langhe for enthusiasts and collectors, as well as investors.

    Produced with carefully selected grapes coming from small plots scattered within the appellation and vineyards with an age between 10 and 43 years, grafted with Guyot on calcareous-clayey soils with a density of 4500 vines/hectare, Barolo Castiglione follows a rigid vinification and maturation protocol separate for each cru in wood, lasting about thirty months between barrique (6 months) and large cask, before blending and a further passage in bottle prior to release.

    The result in the bottle is excellent, confirming the experienced and skillful work done in the vineyard and in the cellar by Vietti: Barolo Castiglione is an explosive and rich wine, with a wide olfactory bouquet that ranges from crisp red and forest fruit to rose petal and tobacco, with further notes of mountain herbs and leather. In the mouth it shows energetic tannins that time will soften, but which conceal an elegant structure eager to be discovered and appreciated, with the right patience that must be dedicated to great Barolos.

    A wine produced according to the blending tradition but with more modern aging techniques that winks at international critics, happy to reciprocate with ratings that help to reinforce and elevate its already widespread reputation.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • For some years now, Barolo Castiglione di Vietti has been a constant award-winning wine from that beautiful universe that is the complex area of ​​Barolo, where zoning sublimates the stratified work of generations of winemakers who have reached peaks of elegance and complexity over the years, now globally recognized and appreciated.

    The handed down winemaking tradition of the Vietti family has stood the test of time and generational changes, acquiring more and more prestige and importance in the panorama of the Langhe, nationally and also internationally. Today a reference for the production from the Barolo area, Castiglione supports the growth of this winery and its evolution over time, now one of the main realities in the Langhe for enthusiasts and collectors, as well as investors.

    Produced with carefully selected grapes coming from small plots scattered within the appellation and vineyards with an age between 10 and 43 years, grafted with Guyot on calcareous-clayey soils with a density of 4500 vines/hectare, Barolo Castiglione follows a rigid vinification and maturation protocol separate for each cru in wood, lasting about thirty months between barrique (6 months) and large cask, before blending and a further passage in bottle prior to release.

    The result in the bottle is excellent, confirming the experienced and skillful work done in the vineyard and in the cellar by Vietti: Barolo Castiglione is an explosive and rich wine, with a wide olfactory bouquet that ranges from crisp red and forest fruit to rose petal and tobacco, with further notes of mountain herbs and leather. In the mouth it shows energetic tannins that time will soften, but which conceal an elegant structure eager to be discovered and appreciated, with the right patience that must be dedicated to great Barolos.

    A wine produced according to the blending tradition but with more modern aging techniques that winks at international critics, happy to reciprocate with ratings that help to reinforce and elevate its already widespread reputation.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • One of the two iconic wines produced by Oasi degli Angeli, Kupra is the most famous and desired due to the extremely limited production compared to Kurni and the use of a grape, locally called Bordò, which is none other than Alicante, biotype of Grenache, that marked the way for a small, but increasingly nourished, movement of producers from Piceno area who make this grape their pride of excellence.

    Grown within a vineyard with a total extension of 1.50 hectares, facing South at about 350 meters above sea level, insistent on loose and highly skeletal soils, the vineyards of Bordò, with an average age of over a hundred years, planted using the

    “conocchia-style” alberello tree technique with a density of about 6000 vines/ha, have very limited yields both due winery conduct and to an reduced production given the age of the plants.

    The management of the vineyard by Oasi degli Angeli is absolutely natural: the complete absence of pesticides and herbicides is accompanied by the extensive use of natural products often difficult to find on the market but necessary to preserve the biodynamic footprint of the cellar.

    After a careful manual selection of the bunches and pressing, the grapes undergo an alcoholic fermentation lasting 2-3 weeks in concrete before racking into barrique where the wine ages for a further 32 months before being released to the public.

    The 2018 vintage was generally positive, with few episodes of meteorological instability and characterized by generally above average temperatures, especially in the summer. After a winter with abundant rainfall, spring began with mild temperatures that favored budding, not jeopardized by the frequent rainfall that characterized the month of May. Summer therefore arrived early, bringing a warm and stable climate until mid-July, then alternating with rainfall that favored a correct water supply and regular ripening of the grapes, harvested on September 27th.

    In tasting Kupra presents a red color between ruby ​​and garnet and with a wide olfactory bouquet that ranges from black forest fruit in jam to violet and dried rose, then moving to vanilla and sweet spices. In the mouth all its majesty emerges, with a perfect balance between softnesses and hardnesses such as to fully fill the palate before a clean and infinitely persistent finish. If Kurni reaches remarkable peaks in terms of sensory experience, Kupra goes much further, entering the Olympus of iconic wines, to be tried at least once in a lifetime, to be collected given the very limited production (only 450 bottles in 2018) and to be fully enjoyed, either in meditation or in company given its splendid exceptionality.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • One of the two iconic wines produced by Oasi degli Angeli, Kurni is perhaps the best known thanks to the higher production compared to Kupra and to a base made of a popular and well-known grape such as Montepulciano, already a key component of other great wines from the Marche region such as Rosso Conero and Rosso Piceno, confirming an important diffusion and yield in the regional territory.

    Cultivated within a vineyard with a total extension of 16.50 hectares facing South, between 150 and 400 meters above sea level, insistent on loose soils composed of pebbles, sands and silt attributable to river modeling valley activities, the vineyards of Montepulciano, with an average age of 70 years and planting density varying between 7,000 and 40,000 vines/ha, have very limited yields of about 15 quintals per hectare to extract as much personality as possible from the grapes selected for the harvest.

    The management of the vineyard by Oasi degli Angeli is absolutely natural: the complete absence of pesticides and herbicides is accompanied by the extensive use of natural products often difficult to find on the market but necessary to preserve the biodynamic footprint of the cellar.

    After a careful manual selection of the bunches and pressing, the grapes start an alcoholic fermentation lasting 2-3 weeks between conical wooden and steel vats with about three weeks of maceration on the skins, before decanting into barriques where the the wine ages for a further 20-22 months, carrying out the malolactic fermentation. Kurni is then bottled without clarification and filtration before being released to the public.

    The 2019 vintage was positive, with some episodes of meteorological instability during the month of May and characterized by generally above average temperatures, especially in the summer. Despite a delay in the ripening of the grapes up to 8-10 days compared to the previous year, the quality of the grapes was very high although counterbalanced by a reduced quantity at the time of the harvest carried out by the middle of October.

    In tasting Kurni presents a dark ruby ​​red color with garnet hints and a wide olfactory bouquet that ranges from small red fruits to notes of undergrowth and earth, as well as hints of cocoa and sweet spices. In the mouth it emerges full and vigorous, with a smooth tannin that well accompanies an important but well balanced alcoholic texture that anticipate a decidedly persistent finish with a spicy return.

    Kurni is not only a great Montepulciano-based wine produced by an extraordinary winery among the best in the Bel Paese in very limited numbers with respect to the Magnum format, but it is also an experience that activates all the senses in fully understanding a territorial philosophy perfectly transmitted in the bottle by Oasi degli Angeli. A wine with a very long life ahead, for those who have the patience and the courage to wait.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • One of the two iconic wines produced by Oasi degli Angeli, Kurni is perhaps the best known thanks to the higher production compared to Kupra and to a base made of a popular and well-known grape such as Montepulciano, already a key component of other great wines from the Marche region such as Rosso Conero and Rosso Piceno, confirming an important diffusion and yield in the regional territory.

    Cultivated within a vineyard with a total extension of 16.50 hectares facing South, between 150 and 400 meters above sea level, insistent on loose soils composed of pebbles, sands and silt attributable to river modeling valley activities, the vineyards of Montepulciano, with an average age of 70 years and planting density varying between 7,000 and 40,000 vines/ha, have very limited yields of about 15 quintals per hectare to extract as much personality as possible from the grapes selected for the harvest.

    The management of the vineyard by Oasi degli Angeli is absolutely natural: the complete absence of pesticides and herbicides is accompanied by the extensive use of natural products often difficult to find on the market but necessary to preserve the biodynamic footprint of the cellar.

    After a careful manual selection of the bunches and pressing, the grapes start an alcoholic fermentation lasting 2-3 weeks between conical wooden and steel vats with about three weeks of maceration on the skins, before decanting into barriques where the the wine ages for a further 20-22 months, carrying out the malolactic fermentation. Kurni is then bottled without clarification and filtration before being released to the public.

    The 2019 vintage was positive, with some episodes of meteorological instability during the month of May and characterized by generally above average temperatures, especially in the summer. Despite a delay in the ripening of the grapes up to 8-10 days compared to the previous year, the quality of the grapes was very high although counterbalanced by a reduced quantity at the time of the harvest carried out by the middle of October.

    In tasting Kurni presents a dark ruby ​​red color with garnet hints and a wide olfactory bouquet that ranges from small red fruits to notes of undergrowth and earth, as well as hints of cocoa and sweet spices. In the mouth it emerges full and vigorous, with a smooth tannin that well accompanies an important but well balanced alcoholic texture that anticipate a decidedly persistent finish with a spicy return.

    Kurni is not only a great Montepulciano-based wine produced by an extraordinary winery among the best in the Bel Paese, but it is also an experience that activates all the senses in fully understanding a territorial philosophy perfectly transmitted in the bottle by Oasi degli Angeli. A wine with a very long life ahead, for those who have the patience and the courage to wait.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Introduction to the Maison Perrier-Jouët, the Grand Brut, born in 1846 as Cuvée K, was the first champagne produced with a moderate sugar content, today attributable to the “Brut” category. For that time it was a real revolution considering that champagnes were wines with a high sugar content, even up to 40%, and that paved the way for a new concept of champagne that we still find today in the glass.

    Séverine Frerson, Chef de Cave of Perrier-Jouët, defines this cuvee made with a majority of black grapes and only a 20% residual of Chardonnay as a chameleon-like wine, able to adapt and ennoble any occasion: although it frequently happens that the “base” cuvee of many maisons does not have the visibility and the right understanding that they often deserve, there is no doubt that the Grand Brut clearly emerges from the crowd thanking to its elegance and generosity.

    An elegant cuvée already in the glass thanks to its transparent gold color with silver nuances and a very fine and persistent bubble and which presents itself to the nose with a complex bouquet where floral aromas alternate with citrus and crunchy white pulp fruit, then leaving the stage to buttery notes of brioche and a final vanilla touch.

    In the mouth the Grand Brut is taut, fresh, lively, transmitting an elegant management of hardnesses in a generous and almost round sip, with a clean and persistent finish.

    The Grand Brut by Perrier-Jouët is a well-built champagne, generous, elegant and rich in its multiple facets: a discreet presence but of clear thickness suitable to ennoble the most important occasions or to brighten up the more informal events.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • One of the latest wines of the Maison Perrier-Jouët, Blanc de Blancs was released in 2017 to complete the champagne range with the introduction of the most classic of mono-varietals, the 100% Chardonnay base. Yet, although recent, the Blanc de Blancs joins the fil rouge of the Perrier-Jouët monovarietals, taking up an almost century-old tradition when, in the twenties, Chardonnay cuvée were already bottled before being distinguished by the wording “Blanc de Blancs “.

    Séverine Frerson, Chef de Cave of Perrier-Jouët, defines this cuvee as a free spirit, a vibrant and dynamic wine, bright and fresh like morning dew, perfect for celebrating the arrival of spring. Beyond the use of pleasant and realistic metaphors, there is no doubt that Blanc de Blancs is a wine that transmits energy and dynamism, but always with great elegance.

    A refined cuvée already in the glass thanks to its bright straw yellow color and a very fine and persistent bubble and which presents itself to the nose with a delicate bouquet where herbaceous hints intersect with floral notes of acacia, elderberry and honeysuckle, continuing with notes of bitter citrus and leavened foods. In the mouth the Blanc de Blancs moves light and fresh, with a marked mineral note and a creaminess that emerges in all its pleasantness at the finish.

    The Blanc de Blancs by Perrier-Jouët is a champagne of great elegance that masters the alternation between a welcome freshness with a rich creaminess, well balanced in dosing a minerality that is always discreet and never overwhelming, like all its other facets that make it ideal to create good vibes right away.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • In 1902 Émile Gallé, the French decorator and glassmaker, designed the gold-rimmed white anemones in the Art Nouveau style that adorn the first vintage of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque. Thus was born this iconic champagne, whose floral and delicate style blends harmoniously with the refined flowers on the bottle.

    In the flute it is light gold in colour, absolutely clear and with extremely fine perlage.

    The delicate floral aromas are wrapped in citrus notes, followed by a range of white pulp fruit aromas and an almondy finish. In the mouth the first taste is decisive; the palate is fresh and pleasantly round. This is a wine that balances delicacy and structure perfectly. Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque is an elegant champagne of rare finesse. It is a masterful example of the art of assembly, the expression of the quality of the vineyards and the philosophy of this winemaker.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Third of five editions following its introduction in 2008, the Vintage Cuvée is produced only in those years in which the quality of the mix of grapes makes it truly exceptional.

    Structured and charming, this champagne includes a majority of Pinot Noir over Chardonnay from 20 plots classified as Grand and Premier Cru scattered between the Montagne de Reims and the Côte des Blancs.

    Produced exclusively using steel at temperatures reaching maximum the 18 degrees centigrade at fermentation, it is vinified separately with respect to the individual grapes and the plots of provenience, also carrying out the malolactic fermentation before final assembly and bottling.

    Aged at a depth of 33 meters below the Epernay street level at about 9 natural degrees centigrade for 7 years on the lees, the Vintage 2012 undergoes a traditional manual remuage during the aging period, a fascinating but now almost disappeared practice due to the high quantities of champenoise method demanded around the world.

    In tasting the Vintage 2012 presents a bright straw yellow color accompanied by numerous and fine bubbles, while at the nose it reveals hints of yellow and red fruit as well as exotic, followed by notes of almond, cashew and candied fruit, before announcing notes of toast and viennoiserie. On the palate emerges a pleasant balance between acidity and salinity, carefree and intense, with creamy nuances, before a clean and persistent finish with a pleasant acidulous/citrus return.

    The Vintage 2012 by Pol Roger is a pleasant, elegant and still young champagne, able to withstand time in an exciting way and to show a personality capable of refining over time, whilst maintaining a style that is difficult to forget in the variegated kaleidoscope of the most famous bubbles in the world.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Now in its fifth edition following the introduction in 2006, the Cuvée Vintage Rosé is produced only in those years in which the quality of the grape mix makes it truly exceptional.

    Sensual and delicate, this champagne includes a majority of Pinot Noir over Chardonnay and an addition of about 15% of still Pinot Noir from selected plots of the Montagne de Reims before the bottling and the second fermentation

    Produced using exclusively stainless steel materials at temperatures reaching maximum the 18 degrees centigrade at fermentation, it is vinified separately with respect to the individual grapes and the plots of provenience, also carrying out the malolactic fermentation before final assembly and bottling. A

    ged at a depth of 33 meters below Epernay street level at about 9 natural degrees centigrade, Vintage Rosé undergoes a traditional manual remuage during the aging period, a fascinating but almost disappeared practice due to the high quantities of champenoise method required in the world.

    In tasting the Vintage Rosé presents a salmon pink color with orange reflections and a fine, numerous and persistent bubbling, while on the nose emerge clear hints of red fruit such as cherry and raspberry together with citrus fruits attributable to blood orange, as well as rose petals and a fresh chalky and iodized touch. On the palate a pleasant balance between acidity and minerality emerges, with a present sugar content that enriches the drink, before a lively and persistent finish.

    The Vintage Rosé by Pol Roger is an elegant, rich and silky champagne able to embellish any occasion with its strong personality and a style that is hard to forget in the variegated kaleidoscope of the most famous bubbles in the world.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

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