Timothée Stroebel

Champagne Logos Rosé de Saignée 2005 Pinot Noir Wine

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Quick Details
Origin: France
Province: Champagne
Winemaker: Timothée Stroebel
  
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Wine Specification
Wine Colour: Sparkling Wine
Diet Suitability: Vegan Friendly
Grape Type: Pinot Noir
Farming Type: Organic
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Size: 75cl
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Is this wine a limited edition or rare? Not produced in limited quantities, this wine is still part of our quality artisan wine collection Yes, this wine is part of our rare wine collection
Champagne Logos Rosé de Saignée 2005 Pinot Noir Wine

A wine that evokes fine Burgundy in Champagne format. Too often in the 'Grands Marques' Champagne rosés, often made with the direct press method, all of the flavour of Pinot Noir is lost. The opposite is true here: this tastes like a Côte de Nuits Grand Cru with bubbles. Cherry stones and pine forest aromas, with tension on the palate and umami, saline flavours that last for days, this is a rare opportunity to taste aged grower Champagne that should not be missed.

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