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Drappier : Brut Nature Rose

$59.99 1 Bottle (750ML) |
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    Drappier’s Brut Nature Rose Champagne is made with 100% Pinot Noir grapes in the saignee method, which involves bleeding off the juice after a brief contact with the Pinot Noir skins. Maceration occurs in stainless steel vats and lasts 3 days. Drappier uses the juice from the first press only to preserve the freshness in his wines. Mechanical low-pressure presses are used, and his use of gravity allows him to avoid pumping, preventing oxidation in the wine. There is minimal use of sulfur and a natural settling of the wine which aids the alcoholic and malolactic fermentation of the wine. The key is freshness to this Brut Nature Rose, and 100% of the wines are made in vats to further preserve it. After bottling, the cuvee is aged for 2 to 3 years on the lees, with zero dosage.

    This 100% Brut Nature Rose is aromatically expressive with notes of strawberry and raspberry, with a hint of rose petal. The palate is red fruit driven with citrus notes, mandarin orange and a subtle savory note of white pepper.

    Parker : 89 / 100
    Wine Advocate-Parker :
    The latest release of the NV Brut Rosé de Saignée is very good, exhibiting aromas of red apples, dried white flowers and blood orange, followed by a medium to full-bodied, ample and expressive palate, with ripe acids and a pinpoint mousse. It's a forward, charming rosé that is already drinking well.
    Champagne
    Alcohol
    12

    Grape varieties
    Pinot Noir

    Dessert wine
    No

    Meadow
    90

    J. Robinson
    16

    Country
    France

    Wine certification
    AOC

    Region
    Champagne

    Appellation
    Champagne

    Color
    Rose

    Producer
    Drappier

    Sweetness
    Brut Nature/Zero Dosage

    Parker
    89

    Allergens
    Contains sulfites

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