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Pommery Cuvee Louise Rose 2004 Champagne

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Cuvée Louise Rosé is made from 3 Grands Crus: Avize, Cramant and Ay

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A wink and a tribute to the founder of this famous Champagne House in the 19th century.

It is a blended Champagne whose wines were harvested in 2004 exclusively on the slopes of the 3 Grands Crus classés of Avize, Ay and Cramant, jewels embedded in the very famous classified region of Champagne.

The robe is "partridge eye" slightly pink and shiny.

The nose: white flowers, brioche, hazelnut butter and frangipane. Dominant are red berries like raspberry and wild strawberry.

The mouth: red berries like cranberry, burlat cherry, raspberry and wild strawberry.

Food and wine pairing : perfect with foie gras or smoked salmon canapés, caviar or salmon egg blinis.
Excellent with fish in sauce or grilled a la plancha. It will also go very well with white meats such as Orloff veal, guinea fowl capon flavored with morels or Bordeaux ceps with some Quercy truffles.

To be served around 10/12°C, but not less, in order not to tarnish the richness of the aromas and flavors.

Size : 750ml
Alcohol Degree : 12°
Appellation : Champagne Grand Cru
Vintage : 2004
Classification : Grand Cru
Quality : Brut

In 1857, the wool industry was in crisis, and Mr Pommery moved into the champagne trade to provide for his infant daughter. He died a year later in February 1858. The rest is history: the young widow Pommery took over the champagne business and led it on to success and glory.

Louise Pommery married Guy de Polignac in 1875. This Polignac branch remained owner of the House until the end of the 1980s, when the House went into the hands of various groups, to end with the Vranken group.

Pommery estate: ten years of work, started in 1868, were necessary to this masterpiece of Elizabethan style.

The superb staircase of 116 steps leads, 30 meters below ground, to a real underground cathedral. The Pommery cellars were built on ancient “crayères” dug by the Romans 2000 years ago.

Each underground gallery was named by Madame Pommery to pay tribute to her customers around the world.

The cellars currently shelter 20 million bottles, among which the House’s most ancient, rare vintages, kept in the wine museum.

The Pommery park was created in 1910 in order to bring light to the immense cellars, and Edouard Redon was the landscape architect.

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