The Champagnes of Besserat de Bellefon are served at restaurant Alain Ducasse in Paris and New York and Charlie Trotter's in Chicago. They are found in the world's finest restaurants and have a cult reputation in France. While they are hard to find in the U.S., we're proud to introduce this exclusive Champagne to our customers.
The Besserat de Bellefon Cuvee des Moines is a rose (slightly pink) champagne which is considered among champagne connoisseurs to be the finest grade champagne.
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Domaines Ott is the king of French roses. This is the wine The New York Times dubbed "the summer drink to be seen with!" Order while supplies last.
Hand-picking, extremely selective sorting and delicate pressing of the grapes, and finally maturing in oak barrels, are just some of the reasons why Domaine Ott Rose has a reputation of being "the finest rose in the world." A delicious blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache and Cinsault. Domaines Ott's winery is located on a former dwelling of the Counts of Provence, a superb 18th century country house in Provence. The surrounding estate, entirely carved into the rocky land by Marcel Ott, his children and grandchildren, has been remodeled and replanted several times over.
The best selling rosé Champagne in the world, Laurent-Perrier is one of the few rosés still made by the saignée method. To emphasize this traditional technique, the Champagne is bottled in an embossed bottle that is a reproduction of those used in the late 17th century.
This salmon-pink rosé Champagne is truly remarkable for its highly expressive bouquet, stemming from very careful preservation of fresh fruit aromas during the winemaking. Made with 100% pinot noir using skin contact, also known as the saignée method, Laurent-Perrier's know-how and attention to quality produces a finely crafted rosé with both depth and freshness. It has become the benchmark for rosé Champagne around the world.
91 points Wine Spectator: "A big, beefy rosé. Very Pinot Noir-like, with leaf, cherry and earth notes matched to a firm, muscular structure. Has warmth and personality, with a lingering finish. Begs for herb-roasted chicken."
Another great new release from Dave Phinney at Orin Swift - extremely limited. Fragile is the inaugural rosé release from Orin Swift's Department 66 winery in Maury, France.
Pale salmon in color with a cherry blossom fringe, the wind brooms with perfume floral notes, blood orange zest, any hint of wild aniseed.casually acidic with soft Celine notes on the entry, the wind is vibrant and bright with dance read current flavors, crystallized strawberries, and a pink grapefruit court. And incisive finish with red berry skin extract is balanced with clean and lifting acidity.
Blend: predominately a blend of Grenache with small percentages of Syrah and Carignan.