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Rare Rose 2012 Champagne

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A limited edition box to be enjoyed on special occasions.

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It is a champagne of virtuoso elaborated as a symphony by blending wines from vineyards planted Grands and Premiers Crus planted in chardonnay grape variety mainly for 70% and Pinot Noir grape variety for 30%.

This is a brut champagne exclusively from the 2012 harvest, a vintage recognized as a great year of exception thanks to optimal climatic conditions during the budding and flowering followed by harvesting on very sunny days, after an exceptional ripening of the berries.

The color is pink, partridge-eyed, with shy blue reflections.

Nose: the first attack is very white spring flowers such as lime blossom, hawthorn, mixed, in the second perception, with small red fruit scents such as burlat cherry, mara des bois, white raspberry and lychee flesh on a final scented with spices, vanilla and roasted hazelnuts.

The palate: is of a majestic amplitude underlining the perfumes of small red fruits with a light finish on ginger, turmeric, white pepper with elegant touches of white flowers. The finish of Rare Rosé Millésime 2012 offers a wide and very balanced palette of rare olfactory and gustatory sensations.

Food and wine pairing: serve between 10-12°C with medallions of lobster or blue lobster from the Iroise Sea or the Channel Islands, Jersey and Guernsey.

Also perfect with a fresh tomato consommé flavored with basil. Very elegant as a dessert: with a red fruit nage flavored with spices accompanied by speculoos.

Bottles laid down to be kept in a cellar protected from light and noise with a hygrometric degree of about 70%.

We suggest successive tastings in order to measure its olfactory and gustatory evolution until its qualitative asymptote.

Size : 750ml
Alcohol Degree : 12°
Appellation : Champagne Grand et Premier Cru
Vintage : 2012
Quality : Brut

It was Florens-Louis Heidsieck, originally from Westphalia, who founded the linen and Champagne wine trading house Heidsieck et Cie in 1785 in Reims. He even had the privilege of presenting his wine to the Queen of France Marie-Antoinette.

When Florens-Louis Heidsieck died in 1828, it was his nephew Christian Heidsieck who continued the activity by partnering with Henri-Guillaume Piper. The house takes off but in 1835 Christian Heidsieck died and it was then that his wife remarried to Henri-Guillaume Piper who gave his name to the house by now calling it Piper-Heidsieck.

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