2003 Marguet Pere et Fils Brut Rosé Champagne

SKU #1049333

This might be considered Marguet's top wine, and the secret behind it sounds simple. Unlike most rose Champagnes this is neither a saignee method whereby dark grapes are kept on the skins for a short time, after which the juice is bled off, not by the addition of still red wine, but by a combination of the two! In this case, the red comes from Ambonnay and Bouzy. The result is richer, more aromatic and just plain more wonderful rosé Champagne. A very celebratory wine from the color down to the finish, and it just happens to be delicious with turkey!

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Staff Image By: Scott Beckerley | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/4/2010 | Send Email
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Benoit Marguet has done it again! This is a very aromatic and somewhat richer style of Rose than most. It is, however, far from overdone! Rich, cherry and strawberry fruit with a lovely, creamy bead and a finish that at once lingers and is refreshing. A perfect choice for chicken, pork and turkey.

Staff Image By: Chiara Shannon | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/6/2009 | Send Email
I love the 2003 Marguet Rose because it fills that important gap between racy, austere Champagne and the rich, toasty, heavy sparklers of the new world. From a very ripe vintage, this rose Champagne is well-endowed with fruit, showing aromas of strawberry, fig, and dried fruits. The palate is textured, with balanced medium+ acidity, a broad mouthfilling mousse, and a long, crisp, spciey/savory finish. This is a Champagne to have with a meal, as it is textured enough to stand up to poultry, pork, and heavier fishes like Salmon, flavorful enough to hold conversation with spices and savory seasonings, and the acidity and bubbles offer a refreshing cleanse of the palate between bites. It's slso great with chocolate!

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