2008 Taltarni "Taché" Brut Rosé Sparkling Wine Victoria

SKU #1076815

89 points Wine Enthusiast: "Light pink in color, with aromas of dust, earth and cherry. It’s medium-full in the mouth, cherry notes once again at the fore, but bolstered by earth, toast and a racy, grape-fruit edge through the finish. Very enjoyable; 1,600 cases produced. Imported by Clos Du Val Wine." (12/31/2005) According to the Wine Spectator: "Pale salmon in color, with toasty watermelon and pear flavors, finishing with modest proportions. Nicely tangy. Drink now." (Web only, 2011)

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Staff Image By: Adam Parry | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 12/26/2011 | Send Email
Simply fantastic bubbles. Using all the champagne varietals to make this exquisite rose. Try this for the upcoming New Year Eve parties.

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